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Old 22-11-2009, 12:38   #31
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Oceanview and Iriecat will be heading to the Miami area and cross to Gun Cay. Hope to be leaving around first week of Dec.. I'll email you when things firm up.

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Old 22-11-2009, 20:41   #32
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Scott, is "Oceanview" the Mahe I'm presently looking at out of my cockpit in Cocoa? We are at anchor off the marina there right now and will be heading to Miami next week and over to Gun Cay then to Nassau also.

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Old 23-11-2009, 06:51   #33
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YES it is! Saw you out there last week, I'll be at the marina tomorrow and IrieCat should be there sometime this week. Would you like to get together? If so leave me a PM with contact info.

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Old 23-11-2009, 20:59   #34
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Scott,

Unfortunately, we are taking off tomorrow to head further south. Perhaps we will see you down south a bit or in the Bahamas. Good looking boat.

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Old 24-11-2009, 05:41   #35
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Look forward to seeing you, hope to be at or around No Name Key by the 7th waiting for a window to cross to Gun Cay, then on to Exumas.
Happy and safe voyaging.

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Old 05-01-2010, 19:32   #36
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Lock Crowther Regatta

Hi Daniel

I see you and 2Gether featured in the writeup on the Lock Crowther regatta in latest Aus Multihull World and the author only had good things to say - well done!

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Hi Martin,

Yes, it was a nice little write up. It is a fun regatta and the people that organise it are incredibly enthusiastic.

The best bit for me was how much Elaine enjoyed the regatta even when it was cold, wet and blowing hard. she did a great job of steering. I must say I learned a couple of times about momentum and cruising catamarans at mark roundings. We had to do our penalty turns on one occasion !!!!

Wasn't last weekend just fantastic up there on Pittwater.

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Old 02-02-2010, 09:06   #38
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Well I just got back from 2 months in the Exumas, hanging out with IrieCat. We had a great time and the boat performed very well. In fact on the return crossing to Florida we hit 11 knots and ran for over 2 hours at 10.5+ knots! What a great sailing day.
We hung out with a restored WWII PBY, swimming pigs and huge iguanas!
Can't wait to go back.

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Thanks for sharing. I look forward to being there.

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