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  1. dvop
    Thank you for you interest in joining us as volunteering crew.
    we plan for around 4 weeks.
    There is a delay in our plans.
    we found trace of water in the transmission oil.
    we have to wait for parts and haul out to fix it.
    no departure date at this point, sorry.
  2. jag39
    I see this is months old, but there are several places in St Marks to keep boats. I am at Lynn Brother's, but Shields Marina is there (more expensive) also the Yacht Club has docks, and sometimes docks are available at the Fish Camp. In my opinion, Lynn Brothers is the best, and also the cheapest. They have slips on the river, and also in a sea walled inlet.

    Sorry about the delay, but I hardly ever log on, as new postings are sent directly to my email.
  3. Bay Breeze
    I believe it is in some kind of limbo - Barbara Slaughter will know the skinny on the marian if anyone does her number is (850) 385-6685. The real estate office of the owners has closed due to death/health issues.
  4. Bay Breeze
    saw your post about a place for your seawind cat close to your condo in tallahassee - shell point is near st marks - dead quiet but quick to get out to the bay. lots of empty slips at marsh harbor marina.
  5. sailjumanji
    Hi Tom, I actually live in Port Aransas, Texas. We have probably traded emails on the SCOAA forum. We made our first trip to the Bahamas last year, all the way from Texas. Will probably be going back in 2018. We also met Rusty (Sea Ya Later) on the way down, and he and his son buddy boated most of the way. Also hooked up with the Cooks on their Seawind, in the Exumas. You probably know them, as they live in Stuart.

    I think when we go back next year, we plan to spend some time in the Keys, and maybe cross into the Abacos. Hmmm, I just tried to send you my email address, but that apparently is not allowed!
  6. simeline
    2boats are in bad situation in Vonitsa Greece ssr 152693 and a boat named angusta of London
    The wind is still heavy
  7. windhorze
    aha, I'm trying to buy a boat there now...are you there too???
  8. windhorze
    hey Tom...wheres your boat now, did u move it up north?
  9. Takitezy
    G'day Tom,
    Where did you get your extensions from? Are they a SW product?
  10. Ex-Calif
    Hi Tom - I am not really an expert I Thailand but I do get up there 3-4 times a year. The C37 is a cool boat. They are a growing populatoin here in Singapore as well. I don't really know about the grounding in 2010, but if the same boat they won another regatta in July 2011 so the boat can't be busted up too bad - LOL.

    I can ask around if you are serious and also I will be competing in Kings Cup this year so can get eyes on the boat in December if it competes.

    As far as exporting to US, I think the difficulty is transporting to US. However the US market is so huge , bringing in boats from overseas is like importing sand to a beach.

    If I was in the market for a mid-size (& new) boat the C31 would be right near the top of the list. Those things smoke - Our local dealer lapped me in my boat on the first lap of a beercan race last March - Very wounded pride - LOL...

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    Seawind 1000xl
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    s/v Blythe Spirit


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