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Went cruising on the net, forgot to type in the 3 x's and ended up here!!! been good boy ever since.

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I found Sailnet from talking to a guy who owns a PSC 37, so far I'm happy I did.
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Someone referenced a thread from Sailnet on the MSN Irwin Owners page. I followed it and have no reason to look back! This site is amazing and I really appreciate all of the advice coming from experienced sailors. I hope that I'll be able to contribute a fraction of what I receive.
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I was buying something from the SailNet store and noticed the forum........Now I am entertained in the morning before my students arrive......Best part of the day!!!

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I was looking for info on Sailing and Celestial navigation, found this forum and find it way too entertaining to leave. And someday I'll sail again, It's been over 30 years since I was able to try as a teenager!
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