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  1. buoyracer
    mark of tryst SR34 here- cripes lost touch with everyone while fighting this c*v*d & v*x BS, seems i missed you in nz & you in oz? i just bumped into a guy in akld with a woods 29
    many happy wet miles, mark
  2. dualguzzis
    I know it was an old post but you said you had a top swivel for a Hood Seafurl 3250. Do you still have it?

    Oregon Coast
  3. Seafarer24
    The CC35 is powered by a Honda 9.9OB on a bracket under the starboard cockpit seat. The price of the boat is $20k and it is located in Englewood, FL.
  4. nsa_sailor
    Lost my lifeline end overboard this weekend.
    Do you have any of these available?
    Can't figure out how to post photos, but it's the hook end of a Merriman lifeline toggle.
  5. LukeSkywlaker
    Sorry for not responding sooner. Was having password issues, and sort of forgot about the post. We are still looking for a mast. At least 39 1/2 feet in length.
    Do you have something for us to consider, please?
    We are in the Jacksonville, FL area.
  6. Azul

    While I don't always agree with you, I have to respect that you are trying to warn people not to abuse their children by thrashing them out in the ocean and willing to endure the wrath of ilk like Horror Hotel. Nitwits. I saw too many adult adrenaline junky males be unable to tolerate a day of sport fishing in the gulfstream decades ago to subject my small children to going offshore before they were mentally and physically ready. It seems that on CF communication is not the goal, as it is obvious that the tyranny of the few prevents many people from expressing a contrary viewpoint.

    My sister lives in St. Augustine, what a great place! I went fishing there once with a 24 Albemarle with my gf in 1990. The gulfstream was 70 miles offshore in December, when I got back to land the first thing I did was get an Epirb ha.

  7. GRIT
    I'm really enjoying your blog. The PVC rollers sound like a good plan. Are there photos of the PVC move somewhere in earlier posts? I've read to May 2013, and am still reading. Thanks publicizing your blog.

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