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Welcome to Sailnet... don't pay much attention to Giulietta, since he's gone stir crazy from being land-locked in Canada someplace. He's a good egg...but definitely scrambled.
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Whew, the tanker did not put the Marine on the list
Actually, he did put you on the list, but probably edited the list to add you... sneaky, underhanded portagee...

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Welcome to Sailnet... don't pay much attention to Giulietta, since he's gone stir crazy from being land-locked in Canada someplace. He's a good egg...but definitely scrambled.

Actually, he did put you on the list, but probably edited the list to add you... sneaky, underhanded portagee...

doh! Well at least I am in good company
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I work with a Silva and he is from Puerto Rico so I guess there are 2 places that name is found.
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But if he traces back his origins, I bet his ancestors were Portuguese.
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The Silva name is recognized with some politicians in our community; large Portuguese families with prominent lawyers and elected government officials among them.

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Is anybody going to answer his questioin?

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Also the Silva's in Portugal are much smarter than the Silva's in America! :-)

I guess someone should answer the question. I sorta have the same type in another thread.
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Any vessel, should reflect it's intended usage. You say, liveaboard, but in what context? Full time at a dock? Cruising? Occasional crusing? Those are some things you need to decide, before deciding on a boat.

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Any vessel, should reflect it's intended usage. You say, liveaboard, but in what context? Full time at a dock? Cruising? Occasional crusing? Those are some things you need to decide, before deciding on a boat.
John, this thread is about the sailnetters name not about helping him. LOL.
I wish I could help but I never heard of a Stamas.
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Found this site about a couple with a Stamas 44 Ketch. Looks like they have been crusing for the last couple of years. There is a link to contact them, they should be able to provide the information you are looking for.

http://www.lonestarloveusa.com/captainslogs.htm
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