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Old 22-12-2006, 19:53   #16
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Our boat is a Brewer 44 named "Lady Hawk" so I really like your "Fishing Hawk" painting. We are new owners preparing to move aboard as soon as a few repairs are completed.
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Old 22-12-2006, 20:03   #17
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been 78 all week here in Stuart, Fl .... although this time tomorrow i will be in Seattle, so I can't say too much!

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Old 22-12-2006, 22:12   #18
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Aloha Rebecca,
Welcome aboard!! Hope you enjoy the holidays aboard.
Bayfield is a fine little cruiser and Angel is a great name.
Kind Regards,
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Old 23-12-2006, 00:35   #19
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Though it's a bit late for a welcome aboard, since this thread popped up, thought I would say I have enjoyed your articles I've read. The one in Good Old Boat I thought was particularly good.
Ontario 32 - "Aria"

Within a dream, we may find a fantasy,
But never within a fantasy, will we live a dream.
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Old 23-12-2006, 09:06   #20
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Welcome aboard. Enjoy the south florida weather. This is one of the warmest I can remember. Hopefully your back does not act up when the fronts move in. Enjoy! I have three more years until SS.
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Old 23-12-2006, 12:35   #21
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One great advantage that tiny people have is they can live in much smaller boats than us "larger" folks.

I once talked to a Marine Architect that had visited with Lyn and Larry Pardey on their first boat. He remarked how tiny they were and how someone like myself (not huge, but 6' 1") would need a much larger boat just to have the relative space.

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Old 23-12-2006, 15:42   #22
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hey there angel/rebecca welcome aboard didn't one of the sail rags do an article about or i should say you did an article about the boat and a freind you hooked up with and sail in tandem with down there. kewl! good luck with your new adventure mike
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Old 01-01-2007, 22:48   #23
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G'day Rebecca.
Have long admired lines of Bayfields and am prompted (when ready to buy) to leave Australia for the States to check out Bayfields, Cabo Ricos and other 'clipper-bowed' yachts to purchase as a liveaboard.
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Old 08-01-2007, 20:45   #24
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Nice pictures and website if you & Bill ever get up to Mobile let me know.
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Old 09-01-2007, 12:18   #25
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We live in the Great Lakes and sail our Oday 27 on the Bay of Green Bay and Lake Michigan...our dream is to get down to FL, and then who knows where, in BVI?....who knows where life takes us!

My wife would enjoy meeting you, you sound like a sound, articulate and friendly person! I know my wife wishes she had more female friends up this way that enjoy sailing too.

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Old 18-01-2007, 09:58   #26
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permission to come aboard ,seeking opoinions

Hey sailors, me love you long time.
wait wrong greeting! i have enjoyed reading on this site for some time and now that Im again looking to squander my kids inheritance I seek the advise and noble opinions of you barnacled folks. I grew up or should I say spent my earlier childhood on a Bill Garden ketch and have always loved the classic design and the sound of a bow sprit connecting with a piling at the fuel dock. I have had my fill of wood hulls but still lioke my nails done with spar varnish so Im going to buy a much malinged Tiawan center cockpit ketch. I have some experience with Formosas and Vagabonds and know full well their shortcommings. Does anyone have any info or experience with These 3 Farrington schooners that have been on yacht world in Florida for some time? Thanks, Jim
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Old 18-01-2007, 13:38   #27
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Welcome aboard. I suggest you start a new thread asking about these boats. More people will see it and respond.

She took my address and my name
Put my credit to shame
Sunspot Baby, sure had a real good time
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Old 18-01-2007, 20:54   #28
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Hi S/V Angel: Great little boat for a one person liveaboard. I am familiar with them. Purchased my first samll cruiser from a man who was a Bayfield rep in Fishermans Bay B.C. Canada. I bought an ALberg 29 from him. It should be here on the board somewhere.Sold it 8 months ago for something larger. I use to come here when the board first started. My wife and I now liveaboard our Formosa 51 in Tacoma Wa. Funny enough it to is an Angel = Angelique. Welcom to the board. Enjoy.

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