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Old 02-29-2008
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In August 2007 First Mate "Tish" and I purchased a 1985 Cabo Rico 38' in Rock Hall MD, Rock Hall is also our new home since leaving Bear Delaware in July. We will be sailing out of Swan Creek Marina this summer. I was wondering if there were any other Cabo owners in the Chesapeake Bay area?
We are also two boat owners now so if you know anyone who might be interested in a real nice cruise ready 1985 Hunter 28.5 get in touch with me at jon.goose (at) hotmail.com. The Hunter has been real good to us and we want her to have a good home and be back on the water as soon as posible!

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I think there is another CR38 in your homeport, Brass Ring. I am acquainted with the owners and could give you some contact info if you're interested.

I see plenty of CR38s around on the Bay, so you should be able to meet others if you poke around a bit.

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Great boat, congratulations. There is a very active Cabo Rico owners site and lots of them on the Chessy. I don't have the link but you can probably Google it to find out. Best of luck with her.
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Some of us sailnet users will be joining up at Worton Creek the weekend of June 15th. If interested this thread discusses it:

http://www.sailnet.com/forums/chesap...us-2008-a.html

I'd love to see your Cabo Rico, the are an exceeding nice example of what is right with a monohull.
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Congrats JonGoose, very nice crusing boat...so well made and the joinery is superb on all the CR's

We are just across the bay in Rock Creek on the Patapsco. We often go for a shorter weekend sail and wind up anchored on Saturdays in Swan Creek. We also do lots of sailing on the Chester also. As Chuckles said feel free to join us for a raft up in Whorton in June. There are a few others from sailnet here in Rock Creek.
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Welcome to Sailnet and the Chesapeake Bay...you will love it and congrats on a great boat, I have always admired the CR's.

We "hit" Swan Creek often when time is short, were in a Tartan 37, Windgeist, see you out there. There was a fun thread a while back "Crossing the bar into Rockhall"

FYI...you may want to change your email to read "jon.goose (at) hotmail.com"
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Thanks JohnRPollard I will keep my eyes out for Brass Ring. I read the thread on rafting up on Worton Creek in June and it sounds like fun chucklesR and chef2sail, Ill bring the beer! Thanks for the welcome guy's! We will be docked at Swan Creek Marina B or C were not sure yet so give us a hail if your on the Swan. Thanks for the advice T37Chef.
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Beer is for battering fish and maybe washing hair.
Ahhh...I am going to have to ask my wife to smuggle some beer back from Austria for you to taste!
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Were you able to find the CR owners group site?
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