Originally Posted by meyermm
Further to my original comment VirtualVagabond
of course you will be employing a delivery skipper and shopping
in Paris on the way to the Caribean to inspect your next yacht purchase
Sarcasm is a poor substitute for humour.
But let's call a truce here.
You obviously have a lot of experience and can make a valuable contribution. Your early posts in this thread regarding your experience of coming into Bunderberg, how costs were established etc, were very helpful.
Generally we probably have totally different outlooks, and that's ok.
For the record
, I'm a shoestring sailor, so no hired skippers or trips to Paris. Going to find my next boat
will be on frequent flyers, not
earned by frequent flights.
The frustration is, whether it's intentional or not, you're coming across as so negative it makes it hard to brush that aside and tap into the practical points you're making.
You're right, this is a long thread and some issues are repeated a few times. But I see a forum as a combination of information and conversation. A bit like coffee shop.
New experiences come up, new people wander in, circumstances change, people voice their plans to get input, and it all gets discussed.
Some people you like, and some you don't particularly. But I guess that's life.
We obviously both like this 'coffee shop', even if we don't sit at the same table.