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Old 13-01-2019, 00:51   #1
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Learning All I Can

I've loved being in the water and on boats since childhood, but it's only in the last few years that I've really begun delving into any specifics of bluewater cruising, which has been a fantasy for a long time. I'm not sure whether it'll ever move beyond fantasy, but when I have an interest I like to explore every facet of it, so I figured I'd stop lurking and join in case anything comes to mind that I can't find an answer for elsewhere. Well, there is something that I'm not finding info on, but I'll post about that in a more appropriate subforum.

Reading posts from experienced sailors has been a joy since I found this forum, and I'm looking forward to learning more!
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Welcome. I've personally learned more on this site about the nuts and bolts of sailing and cruising than on any other. A great bunch of people here.
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