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post #3 of Old 12-02-2011
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My personal advice would be don’t be closed minded to just traditional style sailing! Almost everyone here is MONO sailors 1 Hull sailors! Which is fine we all enjoy the power of the wind? I am just saying don’t be afraid to try the other world if you have never sailed before, I say go to a school, or find someone to crew with Learn, that way you will see if you really like it.. What type of water are you going to be sailing in? I can’t tell you how many times as a kid I would see these people our neighbors on the dock, BUY a huge expensive sailboat and don’t know how to sail it or even want to learn it. Then it sits at the dock. Everyone here is very nice and very experienced in a lot of areas they will help you with anything or just tell you straight out if you’re in danger of being KILLED! Well i can tell you that too.

What type of experience do you have?

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