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avb3



    avb3's Boat: Lippincott 30
    Location: Florida/Alberta
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Boracay



    Boracay's Boat: Steel Roberts Offshore 44
    Location: Pelican Bay, Great Sandy National Park
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capngeo

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    Bio: Firefighter/Paramedic, 100 GT Master. Former owner of a towing/salvage firm and a Boat/US franchise

    capngeo's Boat: Cal 28 "Happy Days"
    Location: Key West & Sarasota
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carstenb

    Bio: Lived and traveled all over the world. Have been very successful executive for NYSE corporation. Scuba diver, whitewater rafting guide, kayaker. Sail just about anything anywhere

    carstenb's Boat: Jeanneau Sun Fast 40.3
    Location: Copenhagen
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Coops

    Bio: Started sailing at 14 in the UK. Came to Aus in 1974.Had a variety of yachts from 20-42'.

    Coops's Boat: Sunmaid 20, John Welsford Navigator
    Location: Northern NSW.Australia
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Cotemar

    Bio: Started sailing on a Catalina 30. Moved upto a Catalina 380 Jumped over to a Catamaran FP Mahe 36 Never looked back

    Cotemar's Boat: FP Mahe 36 CATATUDE
    Location: Mystic, CT
    Join Date: 15-12-2007 at 15:55 (Days: 2,414)
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David M

    Bio: Cal Maritime Academy grad. Taught sailing for a school in Berkeley for a couple years while at Academy. Worked as mate on various large vessels. Now skipper research vessel for 21 years.

    David M's Boat: research vessel
    Location: San Francisco Bay
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Dockhead



    Dockhead's Boat: cutter-rigged Moody 54
    Location: Solent, South Coast of England (the boat); somewhere in the air (me)
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foolishsailor



    foolishsailor's Boat: Trisbal 42, Aluminum Cutter Rigged Sloop
    Location: On the hard; Trinidad
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FrankZ



    FrankZ's Boat: Bristol 35 Bellesa
    Location: Chesapeake Bay
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Hudson Force

    Bio: After learning to sail wood prams in Fort Lauderdale in the '50's, 'sailed a 12' sliding gunter rig in the surf during the 60's. Married and moved aboard in the 70's and raised teenagers aboard in the 90's. 'began seasonal leisure retired cruising with the new millineum and 'expect to be looking for and assisted living marina in the 20's!

    Hudson Force's Boat: Morgan OI 413 1973 - Aythya
    Location: Living aboard & cruising since 1972
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Janet H

    Bio: A professional musician with an interest in tall ships and their restoration. Serving occasionally as shantyman on several of the Pacific Northwests finest historic vessels continues to feed that passion.

    Janet H's Boat: Cape Dory 27
    Location: Pacific NW, USA
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nigel1

    Bio: Working at sea since 1976, last 20 yrs as skipper on ocean tugs, currently Master on Maersk Tackler, working North Sea. Last sail boat was a Colvic Sailor 26, just bought a Bene 473 after a many years of saving, now its time to go sailing.

    nigel1's Boat: Beneteau 473
    Location: Manchester, UK
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noelex 77

    Bio: My wife and I started sailing 27 years ago when we hired a 30 foot yacht from a desperate charter company, that gave us a boat without any prior sailing experience. We didn't kill ourselves and quickly bought our own 25 foot yacht that we completed in the backyard and then spend every holiday and many weekends racing and sailing to some of the remote anchorages that we love. Six years ago we retired early and started full time cruising. Currently in the Med on our aluminium yacht, with plans to slowly sail back to Australia over the next 10 or 20 years.

    noelex 77's Boat: Aluminium yacht
    Location: Full time cruising. Currently in the Med.
    Join Date: 02-07-2007 at 15:57 (Days: 2,580)
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Pete7

    Bio: Driving a computer during the daytime means I need to escape to the outdoors at the weekends. Viv and I bought our yacht together having spent months looking. We now regularly cruise the Solent and spend our holidays in the Channel Islands and France. Long term goal is to retire and cruise as far south as Morrocco and as far north west as Ireland. An Atlantic crossing could be a possibility, I want to park April Lass on that beach in the corner of Rodney Bay, St Lucia :-)

    Pete7's Boat: Moody 31
    Location: Solent, England
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SaucySailoress

    Bio: Grew up wanting to be a gypsy. Settled for 16 years as a teacher in Kuwait, and then finally cast off to be a gypsy!! Yippee!! Topping up cruising budget as Marketing Director here at CF... Thank you for supporting our awesome Supporting Vendors!

    SaucySailoress's Boat: Kalik 40
    Location: Thailand for now!
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Seaworthy Lass

    Bio: Full time cruiser pursuing a passion for sailing. Rarely shackled to shore in any way for six years now. Plans? They alter hourly according to whim and weather and insatiable curiosity. :-) :-) :-) Profile photo taken Rhodes 2013.

    Seaworthy Lass's Boat: Aluminium sloop
    Location: Aussie in the Med
    Join Date: 08-10-2008 at 22:43 (Days: 2,116)
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