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Re: 2013 Sailing Season

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Originally Posted by T37Chef View Post
We'll not be around much the next couple of weeks but we will take along Labor Day weekend to enjoy. If you would send me the diver you guys use, I know its going to need it after sitting
I will send the divers name to your regular e mail account. One is coming to the club next weekend to do a bunch of boats and he's $60

My boat was perfect this weekend after he scrapped her. He said the bottom paint was fine...only a few small barnacles which came off easily. The prop and shaft however were a total mess

Wind today was excellent. 12-15 out of the south. No rain. We sailed all the way back from Cacaway in 5.5 hours, most of it on a broad reach.

Just an FYI Alice passed away.
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