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Re: Cruising Broken Bay / September School Holidays

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Originally Posted by wopalx View Post
Yes there are heaps of great spots, I grew up sailing in Pittwater as we kept our first 2 boats in Careel Bay from when I was 13 or so. As long as I can tie up on a mooring I'm happy (hate anchoring overnight unless 100% necessary).

We have an X-Yachts XP-38, Solveig II, luckily my old man insists on spending the inheritance on quality yachts ..... not that I have any reason to complain
Sydney Boat Show, either and XP38 or an XC42, cannot remember which but an XC42 is one of the few new boats I would happily buy if I wanted a bit more zip that we get from our Malo. Being me I'd still probably end up going for a newer Malo or an Hallber Rassey but gee that X was impressive.
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