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Re: US Sailing vs. ASA courses, vs. just get out there

After a few day sailors and many power boats my Wife and I took ASA 101, 103 and 104 for our 10 wedding anniversary in 2009. We took it on a 37' Tayana Cutter in Abaco Bahamas. It was the best vacation we've had. We returned home and bought a 26' Macgregor to make sure we were ready for the larger sailboats as far as investment went. We had a blast with that Mac but we decided soon it was time to move up even bigger so last year we sold her and now have a beautiful Catalina 320. We took our classes through
2000 Catalina 320
1993 Macgregor 26S
1981 Hobie H16
19?? Sol Cat
19?? Penquin
Many, many power boats

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