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Want to win some hardware? In Long Beach CA & willing to travel.

Sometimes it helps to have another sets of eyes take a look at spots that could use improving. Sometimes things can be improved that you were not aware of. You don't know until you know.

What I offer is over 20 years of yacht racing experience. I am a retired North Sails designer and carbon mast builder. I have raced everything from an I-14 dinghies to 70 foot sleds, buoy to offshore and match racing. I have raced with some top sailors and have tried to sponge up as much information as I could.

I enjoy teaching people about things I love to do, I have done so in the past with motorcycle roadracing.

Shoot me a message with what you need and let's work something out.

I am in Long Beach but willing to travel.
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