cruising all I can
Join Date: Apr 2007
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I sailed b-4 but not as much as I thought I had. but you go easy learn the weather patterns and watch the "heard" if everybody is hunkering down, maybeit's a good time to do the same.
A 32' sailboat.
Pictures? - 100's of em , never enough.
Yea $15000.00 for 3-4 years. stopped when work was offerred here and there. Mostly didn't really want to work.Could have worked more and longer , but WHY ? thats working,not cruising. I thought you were askin' bout' cruisin'
There is always work,most places.
If you get "on the Ground" so to speak. immerse yourself in the sailing/cruising enviroment, you'll quckly find your comfort level,or decide it's not yuor thing.
But, you can't know if your in Colorado. You must be where it is being done or at least being pursued.
Alot of "starters" get all hung up on choosing the boat and trying to figure out what they need.
Just get one that floats and sails/motors you'll figure out what you want and need rather soon !
Just don't jump at the first solution and be patient to the point of procrastination when parting w/greenbacks. If you can take a little extra time to look around you'll find all manner of solutions that work for YOU.
Me, I like Ice w/ my rum.cold milk.a hard tender.Solar/wind.blue crab.oysters,flat seas,quite achorages,free dighy docks,solar showers,uninhabited islands,boatyard dumpsters,gatherings w/other cruisers,sunsets,... .. . . . . .