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Old 27-08-2019, 01:53   #1
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Newbies, literally...

Hi all, Steve and Ronda here on board SV Skye, a 1989 Martzcraft 35, a genuine Aussie built beauty. We are new to sailing having been the previous owner of a Compass 28, another Aussie gem, for about a year and now a couple of months on Skye. We live onboard with our two red cattle dogs, Redington and Cleopatra, and plan on cruising Australia east coast and possibly beyond, should courage be found! We are currently between Sydney and the Pittwater as we work out what's what and get some upgrades and repairs completed. We have a bit to do and have already utilised the skills and experiences from you guys already, so thanks for that! Lots to learn but plenty of time to do it. Looking forward to engaging and learni g from you all. Cheers S & R.
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Old 27-08-2019, 02:11   #2
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Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Steve & Rhonda.
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