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New Hampshire area sailing

We are recently transplated in New Hampshire from San Diego, and have left the boat behind for the time being. I would like to hook up with some daysailors or racers for some sailing before winter sets in up here. Any help making some contacts would be a big help. Thanks.
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New Hampshire area sailing

Welcome.

Handicap racing in the area runs under www.phrfne.org so you can find anything racing from there. If you''re in the Portsmouth area, go to www.sailpsa.org/ to get names and they maintain a crew list.
For the Winnepausaukee area, check www.lwsa.org/
You might make a point to visit the local clubs annd check their boards for Crew Wanted notes, perhaps leave some info about yourself.

Be sure to take up skiing as it''s a great way to meet sailors - since they have nothing much boating-wise to do during the Winter most most sailors also ski.

Good luck.
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