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New Zealand 10-day sailing trip

OK, moderators - Don't spank me. This is an announcement. Even though this trip is through the magazine and costs money, I'm not making a cent off it! It's going to be a very cool trip and a lot of fun, and since we have more boats I thought there might be some fellow SailNetters that would be interested.

It's the Latitudes & Attitudes "Share the Sail" trip in New Zealand this March 7-17. It sold out very quickly, as Moorings Auckland only had three big boats for us to use. Capt. Woody, the coordinator, just secured three more boats with another charter company down there, so we have more berths/staterooms now available (after the waiting list).

I've been on the last three "Share the Sails" (Tonga, BVI, St. Vincent & the Grenadines) shooting for our TV show. We get 30-60 people for these trips, and it's a lot of fun. This year's NZ trip will be special as we board the boats Friday the 7th in Auckland, attend the Auckland Int'l Boat Show, and we are having an Int'l Lats & Atts Cruisers Party there Sat night, complete with the Eric Stone Band in concert. Then Sun morning we depart for a week of sailing the islands of the famous Hauruki Gulf. Oh, and it's Bob Bitchin's birthday, too. More information, prices, contacts, etc. at the magazine's web site:

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