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Re: Why a racer for cruising discussion...

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Originally Posted by killarney_sailor View Post
Side note on the guy I mentioned who is singlehanding a Bristol 27. Saw a post by him on CF (he is in New Zealand now). He said that he paid $1000 for his used Monitor which is what he paid for the boat. There is no one model of a cruiser.
I wonder if I met him!? We met a tall, slender caucasian, maybe low 40's, on a Bristol 27 in the Tortugas. He was with a younger caucasian male in his 20's - don't think it was his son, but not sure. No engine. We had to tie off of his stern to snorkel and dive the Windjammer as there was only one ball. If so, it is a small world. Of course, I find that I keep running into the same people.

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