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post #27 of Old 05-03-2013
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Re: Cruiser

Originally Posted by chef2sail View Post
Not sure.

I always pictured the real cruisers as traveling to different ports. No real schedules or very loose ones.

Didn't matter ht size boat. It was a lifestyle.

I agree on that. The essence of cruising is to sail about discovering nice places and enjoying life in a relaxed kind of way. That's why I leave the boat each year in different locations for the winter.

I go with Faster on this one: I am a summertime cruiser, I have been that all my sailing life and almost never cruised on the same regions.

Regarding winter cruising...I prefer my fireplace. Too harsh for me. I could be cruising in Brazil since it is summer out there, but I am a family men and I like to have quality time with them. Now, if I could convince them and find the (their) opportunity to do that, I would enjoy to do that with them, at least one year, I mean cruising in Brazil for the winter.



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