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Old 27-07-2021, 09:23   #1
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Thanks for taking me on board. I'm a Scottish sailer currently based on Loch Fyne, Argyll, Scotland. Beautiful part of the world, great waters for sailing, and home to the best malt whiskys known to man. Spent the previous 35 years living and sailing in Australian waters, sailing out of Coffs Harbour and the Port of Yamba on the far North Coast of New South Wales. Only just taken possession of a CS 36 Merlin built in Ontario, Canada I believe. Only one of its kind in UK waters, good looking, well built boat and popular in the East Coast of America and Canada. Would be good making contact with any owners of the Merlin, past or present to gain some information and further knowledge on the boat. Currently on the hard, planning to get back in the water end of next month. Time to get back to those forementioned malts, kind regards, Slange..
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Old 27-07-2021, 10:21   #2
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Welcome, glad to have you aboard.
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Maco.
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