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  1. socaldmax
    Yes, that's correct. I had heard about the incident and read about it later, but I was on board from 1986 - 1989.
  2. UFO
    Just noted from a post that you may at some point in the near future have your Belize for sale? I have just started looking for Cats and the Belize has come up on my Radar - I'm Living in a remote area with few cats its hard to see them in person. Would you say the Belize is suitable for 2 adults and 2 children - 3 & 7 years old, for permanent live aboard? Cockpit and cabin space is important - I've been on an Orana 44 and that was OK - How does the Belize compare?
  3. GypsyGal
    Hi John and Lela!
    Good to hear from you! Yes, am still in Coral Bay for a while and will be here until end of March, at which time I shall be heading to LA to join a boat as crew/chef for a trip down the west coast, for maybe 4 or 5 weeks.
    It would be great to see you both if you have time to stop by and reacquaint yourself with Coral Bay. It has changed a little, a new bar/cafe has opened close by, 'Oasis' and is very popular...has really good food at good prices - unusual for here!
    Hope to see you both!
    Hey John, never saw your request for friend, just finally got back into using this service.
    We are in Culebra tonight heading to Fajardo to haul out for Hurricane season Wednesday. Lots to do in five days. We are heading to Maine for the summer, and then after two charters in November and possible holiday charters we are heading to Grenada.

    I have taken a position with The Multihull Company as their Southern Caribbean Managing Broker. Will work out of Grenada covering up to Martinique. I will also be assigned the duties of creating new company for selling all other yachts duplicating TMC success with Multihulls. They really wanted me to run the Ft Lauderdale office, much more money, but we are not ready to give up sailing. Still lots to see, and a lot of our cruising friends will be in Grenada for next H season.

    What are your plans for the rest of this year?

    How did the charter go?

    Safe sailing,
    Jeff and Sandy
  5. JimJohnston
    Greetings John. Departing Provo tomorrow for Mayaguana. We had a great visit with you over those days and enjoyed places I hadn't even really considered. Bio Bay clearly is an unforgettable memory (unlike so many others!). Definitely stay in touch. All the best Jim & Laura
  6. gs41escapade
    Hi Dreaming.

    Well I guess the delay in seeing your message shows how long its been since I've been on the site!

    I was on the USS Dace. Now have a house in, and primarily sail in the Chesapeake Bay. Working in Manhattan (ugh!), but down to the house on weekends. One day I'll chuck all that and sail away...

    Hope your cruise went well!

  7. sailingaway221
    Actually from my helm I'm looking at your boat.....Theres a mono hull between're boat is exactly 12 steps from where i'm sitting right now....

    I will be in the water hopefully this week or next depending on the weather again.... but will be around. I live in St. MArtin most the time. Walked around your boat again...everything looks fine.. cover still in the cockpit.
  8. Lucky
    Nice to be asked to become a friend! Thanks for that. I'm in Norway so a fair bit away from Oregon. Looking forward to exchange experiences on our boats and sailing in general. Im really looking forward to go sailing this weekend, might be last "summery" one for half a year. Off to see friends now but will write more later.
    Cheers from Lars
  9. Sea Wolf
    Thanks for the friends request. From Tbone's comments, I take it you're in Oregon. We're in Miami and currently have SeaWolf on the mainland at a marina just north of the city. You can learn about us on our website...
  10. tbone
    John Thanks for the response.
    I have found that the lagoon 44 and up are probably as close as I can get. Without going huge. And I heard that in 2004 lagoon made their hull A little wider. So pre 04 may be A little tighter.
    also lagoon makes their beds tapered on the bottom to help accommodate access as well.
    I wonder if any other cat maker has attempted to address this little inconvenience.

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