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Old 23-01-2004, 14:24   #1
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New to website and wanted to say hello. [COLOR=red]Own Pearson 385 and sail out of Charleston, SC.
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Old 24-01-2004, 07:23   #2
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Welcome aboard. I'm new here myself but it is a friendly and knowledgeable place and I'm sure you will enjoy it.
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Old 03-02-2004, 18:32   #3
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Howdy other new persons! I cruise throuh now and again, this is a good site for info and fun.
I too have a Pearson, mine is a 1977 365 ketch. There is a 365 in Charleston right now (city marina) leaving for points south and east in the next day or so. She is the Blue Moon.
I'll be creating a page on my web site www.worldmarine-ltd.com to follow the voyage as she goes through the Caribbean. Some of it from onboard through the Bahamas and on to Porto Rico with stops here and there.
Go safely

I just saw the label "Junior Cruiser" NOT! Maybe new around here but I've been more into this lifestyle than anything else in my 51 years. Several of my ex's have said "it's either me or that boat" I always replyed with "if you ever come back I'll take you sailing."
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Apparently you’re good at navigating the sea, but not well at navigating relationships.

Wish you well on your voyage, may the wind ALWAYS be at your back.

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Well, I will say I have had a good go of the relationships thing and the ladies I seem to be attracted to are not quite sailors. So it turns out that way. Not to worry though the terms of the marriage if you will is long enough to be solid but loose enough to be temporary. Nobody to hurt in the long run. They all for the most part remain friends. And, yes some have gone sailing long after the split-up.
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