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Re: Buying a Cruiser---- I finally know what I need- please advise

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I like mangoes, and I like the Caribbean too, eating mangoes while sailing would be just about perfect right now.
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That is one of the great things about cruising, getting to eat stuff from other places.
The book has recipes from the places they stopped, with substitutions if you don't have
access to a Caribbean market. It's a fun read, with some 'gotchas' to watch out for down island.

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