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Old 29-10-2016, 20:26   #1
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Just registered. Totally addicted to this site.

Medium experienced sailor. Haven't sailed for 15 years, but owned and sailed a Bristol 35.5 and a Cape Dory 30. Tried to get away from it because the wife will only get on the boat when there is no wind....
But I give up. I need to get back to it. Right now looking at a 28-30' boat which I will mostly singlehand out of the Panama City area during the winter. Maybe will take her back up north to Cape Cod in the summer. We will see.

I am looking at full keel boats such as a 28' or 30' Cape Dory, or something similar.

It would be great to hear thoughts and opinions from others about sailing the Panhandle and maybe south to the keys. Also it is great to hear boat opinions in that size.

Glad to be here and I hope I can help someone in some way.
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Welcome to the forum...May all your dreams be realized.
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