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post #5 of Old 06-18-2012
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Re: guidance?

If you have the time and money for your own boat, then buy one that meets your needs for now. Since you've already taken the basic keelboat course you know just enough to get yourself into and out of trouble. If you want or need help with more advanced sailing stuff, join your local sailing club and start racing. Ask for crew to come aboard and help sail your boat. I went from dinghy sailing to a Catalina 27 that way and made great friends along the way. Now I've moved up to a Cheoy Lee 41 to liveaboard and cruise.

Invest in experiences, not things.
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