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Old 15-08-2012, 02:49   #16
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Re: G'day from Perth

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G'day Geoff & Linda, welcome to the forum. I too am in Perth and just bought a Jarkan 34 (mono). I went through Vicsail brokers and was very satisfied with the level of service and attention to detail throughout. Plan to start my voyage East in October. Great to see so many WA yachties on here.
Pardon the thread drift but are you planning on going north or south?

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Old 15-08-2012, 04:11   #17
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Re: G'day from Perth

Do a search here for Imagine2. this boat is available, in good condition and in need of a genuine cruising couple.

Ex Prout 31 Sailor, Now it's a 22ft Jaguar called 'Arfur' here in sunny Southampton, UK.
A few places left in Quayside Marina and Kemps Marina.
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Old 06-09-2012, 22:05   #18
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Aloha and welcome aboard!
Good to have you here on the forum.
kind regards,
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Old 07-09-2012, 07:40   #19
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Hi Geoff, great boat... We are from WA, currently living on Christmas Island, and have just bought a Bahia 46 in the Caribbean with plans to start sailing with family in January. She is now sitting in the boatyard in Saint Lucia for the hurricane season. The two weeks I had onboard in July blew me away and the boat will definitely suit our needs as a family. We aim to sail her back to Oz - downwind - as a family gap-year experience but might end up selling her in Queensland. My only concern about sailing a Bahia on the West coast is lack of performance into the wind. Sailing into the southwesterly will be frustrating but she will be perfect for trips to Rotto.
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