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I live in Rocky Point, the boat will live in Mount Sinai.
I'm not sure why your email didn't go through, I've recieved several.
I do intend some Florida sailing over the winter, I'll let potential crewmembers know my travel schedule. It will be a good interview for boat, crew and captain.
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I live in Rocky Point, the boat will live in Mount Sinai.
I'm not sure why your email didn't go through, I've recieved several.
I do intend some Florida sailing over the winter, I'll let potential crewmembers know my travel schedule. It will be a good interview for boat, crew and captain.
Sounds great. For the next few months, I can be available on short notice.

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My name is Hal Hopkins and I live in Rock Hall on the Chesapeake Bay. August of last year I purchased a Cabo Rico 38 with dreams of extended cruising. I am looking for offshore experience. Please keep me in mind and keep in touch as your adventure unfolds. I would be very interested if the opportunity presents itself in joining you. I can be reached at jon.goose at hotmail. Congratulations on your purchase!
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LOL, yes there is a big difference between the 1st and the 31st, it's only 30 days, but sometimes it feels like a month !
Looking at my own schedule, I hope to fly down on the 14th, sail on the 16th.
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I would get in touch with Mount Sinai Sailing Ass

Mount Sinai Sailing Association - Sailing Long Island Sound Sailing - Home


Nice bunch of people with lots of LONG distance sailing exp


IMHP i dont see how you can really have a new to you boat ready in that short time frame
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Hi Tom, which frame? Now til may? or two days to provision? In either case, I'm planning a week aboard in february, (why not, I have a boat in Florida)
I know some of the folks in the sailing assoc. I've sailed out of Mt Sinai for years. Thanks.
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In your post it does not seem like you have spent much time on new the boat ? if that is not the case i have missed something

A week is sure more time to get to know the boat but not really a lot to take such a long trip in open ocean ,Please remenber i am talking about the boats weak points not yous

We will usally spend a week or more doing prep on a 200 mile LIS race on a boat we sail on every week
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Thanks Tom, I'm not offended, I'm just being flip. It's hard to express in message boards. I appreciate the advice, I am bringing the boat home. The boat has cruised the Bahamas twice the last two years, many times before that as well. She surveys ready to go. If we have trouble we can always divert to the coast, I'm not crossing an ocean. I agree that it would be better to have more sea time with the boat and crew, but this schedule is dictated by work, distance, pilot charts, and the next hurricane season, which she will not spend in Florida.
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