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Old 07-01-2012
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Re: Best way to go?

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Originally Posted by Nac-pro View Post
Thanks captbringdown,

1- have no problom dropping 100k in to something that I would enjoy for the rest of my life.
2- I have 2 years to perpar and all the time in the world..

Plz keep your nagative thoughts or rude comments to your self..

What I'm asking what is the best route to take and what would be the things you may need..
No offense, but if I were going to spend $100K to attend a soccer match in Brazil, and make it truly memorable, I'd charter a Lear Jet and pack it with half dozen of the finest Las Vegas hookers money could buy...

For starters, you should have a look at Herb McCormick's account of the passage between the Caribbean and Brazil... Even for a crew as vastly experienced as that aboard OCEAN WATCH, and a boat as well found as theirs, that passage is certainly no cakewalk...

Google "South Equatorial Current", if you have any doubts...

As far as "things you may need", might I suggest a Nordhavn 62? (grin)

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