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  1. martyj
    Hi Margo,
    Thanks for your enquiry, my fee would be $2700 plus flights.

    Kind regards

  2. Sailor g
    I missed this post. I use my phone and don't get to see these. I love the sing alongs until it gets stuck in my head. Gloria
  3. lookoutnw
    OK, I get it... Yes, I would definately not want to be down ther prior to mid NOvemeber. This summer's plans? Still up in the air. But I will post as soon as I figure out how to let go these lines from the dock!
  4. lookoutnw
    Let's see.... Sell the house soon enough, frop a couple doz boat buckes into her. If early enough I will go to Skagway via inside passage. Then south to link up with the Ha Ha. Just a couple of items on my bucket list. Skagway, White Pass & Yukon RR excursion. Wanted to do this I was a lad... I do have a few more projects to finish on my boat. Redundancy and R&D stuff. Redundancy especially for my R&D projects.
    What about you? What are you doing? Headed for the Sea of Cortez and want to be there before June? Too dang hot for me. I likes me 75 - 80 and 60 - 65 at night. Late summer type weather, plenty of fresh veggies and fruits in the markets.
  5. LotusJack
    Hello. Have you left for Panama?
  6. jtallen2489
    Just got a 650 Wt wind generator for my girl. How do you like yours?? How did you integrate it into the battery system with 110 charger??
  7. EAkerberg

    Still looking for some cruising time this Spring. Let me know if you need some help going anywhere.

  8. foamcore
    Georgetown, DC?
  9. George Wade
    Hi Margo

    Your message arrived when I was in a Net Black Hole, for visitors: in Japan. Now back in H S Bay, Vancouver. Nice to hear from a researcher. What are you fitting out ? As broadly taken as you wish...

    That's the phase of getting a cat I'm in: prices vs value. Also in the 'Getting a New Life' business. Studying what might sell on iTunes. Wharrams seem to have great value for being easy to live and sail on; to fix, if well built originally. And for iTunes I want something that does not keep one sick forever; something that solves more problems than it causes.
  10. boatman61
    Its not that bad really.. she's a dinkey little thing... be a lot easier than the Hunter 37...
    Hey good news on the crew.. hope they turn out to be gems and the adventure is a grand one.. its a shame the timing was out for me to crew but hell... its a small world out
    Keep me posted as to your progress if thats okay with you.. be nice to know how your doing
    Take it Easy.... P

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    Vessel Make/ model
    CS36T, 36'
    Vessel Name
    s/v "Baja Beagle"
    Panama, en route to Mexico
    Retired (Biologist)
    sea kayaking
    new to sailing and cruising; actively seeking life companion.
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    s/v Baja Beagle

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