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Milesperwour 16-07-2012 13:54

Ready to get back to sailing
 
Am a product of the '60's and am in my 60's. Grew up sailing in Buzzards Bay, Mass.. Captained whistlers, daysailers and beetles in several regattas, winning more than my share. Yep, that was some time ago and would like to be sailing, again. Can't think of a finer way to move about. Will taut myself as spry, fit, green and willing to please.

AliG 27-07-2012 12:41

Re: Ready to get back to sailing
 
hello . . I am planning to move to Key West FL and am planning to live aboard my sail boat which I have not purchased yet.

I have found a Pearson 33 in (RI at present) that I would like to buy but am concerned about going all the way to Key West alone.

So I am trying to figure out if I should buy a boat in Florida or here.

If you are interested in sailing from RI to Key West FL could you please tell me if you are interested I would like to leave by Sept 1st - 15th but I am flexible.

AliG

him.jfrank 28-07-2012 08:22

Re: Ready to get back to sailing
 
'm going with my grandson and two labs down the East Coast to Marathon Key in Florida-some ditch sailing (ICW)-go out as much as possible-leaving the end of August or thereabouts-weather permitting-boat is a Bayfield 29'-leaving from CT-spend some time in Chesapeake Bay-leave Norfolk end of Sept-planned arrival in Keys sometime in Nov-interested reply to jlqfs75@yahoo.com


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