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Old 12-05-2015, 16:59   #1
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Zero to Cruising Going to a Mono

I've followed ZTC from the beginning, as many here have. I pretty much quit following once they began chartering on another guy's boat. After a bit of drama, it looks like Mike and Rebecca have some new priorities, and looks like an adventure to follow.

They are selling ZTC, and looking to buy an Amel, and do some high latitude cruising. Very interesting, and a sudden change of course. Dreaming big! | Zero to Cruising!


Mike seems like a very smart guy. He admits that they would love to have a larger blue water cat suitable for sailing the high latitudes, but those would be unaffordable for them. It looks like a larger mono fits their budget. Should be interesting.

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