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Old 02-11-2009, 14:09   #1
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Hi from Brazilian Adventurers

Hello to All,

We are a Brazilian couple cruising around the world for almost 4 years on our Brazilian trawler 50'. We started our cruising from the south Brazil and we have done all the cost till French Guiana. We also did the north of South America and the Caribean Islands. Now we are in Florida and we are waiting for our daugther's aniversary that was born last year. Then our intention is starting the Great loop in february. We are happy to belong now to a such important and complete Forum on cruising and navigation. If anybody will need any kind of information on the Brazilian cost, we wish we can help you. We hope to meet you soon on route. Our homepage: www.projetojade.com
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Old 02-11-2009, 14:20   #2
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Old 02-11-2009, 20:31   #5
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Obrigado aos amigos que falam portugues.
Thank you all. It's a plesure to be with you and make new American friendship. Hope to learn a lot with your experiences and knowledge.
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Welcome guys,
We are planning to visit part of N. Brazil next year crossing with the Iles du Soliel Rally which covers a run up the Amazon before ending with a party in French Guiana.
Any other 'must see' places you'd recommend we sail to or dare I say it - get off the boat to visit overland?
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Hi John,
Thanks for writing to us. The north part of Brazil is very particularly. Stil natural places, baeutiful beaches, very warm people. I don't know your draft but anyhow you have nice places to go: Natal, Fortaleza, S. Luis. don't miss to visit Lençois Maranhenses ( overland ), and Ilha dos Lençois. These are places you sure can go with any draft. Pay attention in S. Luis because you may have tides changing 7/9 meters (23 to 30 feet). We have some pictures and aour diary on our home page. Contact us again if you need.
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