All sailors are welcome...
Snarks and SuperSnarks are great little boats to learn on, but not the most durable.
Thanks. Honestly I frequently feel like a t-ball player in the Majors around here. My Snark has been a good introduction, but I clearly need something that doesn't require sitting cross-legged for hours at a time.
One advantage of getting a sloop-rig, is that when you move up to a cruising boat, it will be more familiar.
I love your optimism. :-) A cruiser might not ever be in my future since my wife tends to get motion sick, but maybe sometime I can go out as crew, or on a charter.
I hope that helps.
It does. After almost a full day with no replies I was starting to think I had BO or something. :-D