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Old 10-11-2006, 03:18   #1
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Hi all......

i am new to the forums and live in byron bay, australia..

i am female and 23 years old and been sailing all my life (been across the equator a few times), i am looking for any yacthing people in the area to go cruising with once or twice a month. I own a Caliber LRC 40 and am keen to hit the water with like minded people.
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Old 10-11-2006, 07:29   #2
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Welcome from one Ozzie (now resident in EU) to another.

Enjoy the site and hope you find some local sailing pals.

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Aloha Princess,
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Hi and welcome to the site, nice part of the world at Byron, but must say I preffered it 20 years ago before everyone cottoned on to what a great place it is, same can be said about a lot of places.

Just out of interest, where do you park your boat? Brunswick or Ballina ? And I heard MSB were making it tougher for cruisers stopping over , is this correct?

Lots of Questions straight up, but this is what it's all about here.

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