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Well - for the interested, I went with the West Wight Potter - 19. September Blue is now trailered in Knoxville TN, and will be mostly sailing on the smooth, sweet waters of East Tennessee.

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Congrats!! Seems like an ideal boat for thereabouts.

P.S. Maybe it was my computer, but I wasn't able to pull up that link.
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Although I do plan on taking her to Charleston Harbor for a week this spring.

Anybody got any advice on handling a 19 foot boat in the harbor?
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Congrats on the WWP 19'.
I've never sailed one but I believe that there was a young lady who had one outfitted for blue water sailing to go around the world. She left from some port in FL about a year or two ago and ran into some bad weather. She bailed on her much advertised trip but the boat got her back safe and sound. I can't remember her name but there is a thread or 2 about her on this forum.

Sorry, it was a Flicka sailboat not a WWP.
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Don't leave for your Atlantic crossing without going up to the Smokey Mountains! I did a couple hikes out there last year, coming from the Olympics and Cascades, I have to say that the Smokeys are beautiful.
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