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Old 22-07-2018, 13:37   #1
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Saving life of someone the first time on your boat is good karma. Don't ya think?

We certainly do and hope that we have “paid it forward” in the best of ways.
The day of our sea trial was a beautiful March day: the sun was out, the weather a pleasant 61 degrees and all we needed was a light jacket even on the water. We were ready to see how she would sail and pulled out the mainsail as soon as we got into the ICW.
It was a great day to be on the water, just not IN the water.

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We certainly do and hope that we have “paid it forward” in the best of ways.
The day of our sea trial was a beautiful March day: the sun was out, the weather a pleasant 61 degrees and all we needed was a light jacket even on the water. We were ready to see how she would sail and pulled out the mainsail as soon as we got into the ICW.
It was a great day to be on the water, just not IN the water.

Check out the whole story and give us your comments!
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