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Solo Around the America's Under Sail | An audacious attempt at sailing the Northwest Passage and circumnavigating entirety of both continents, to benefit Chesapeake Region Accessible Boating
Almost home- get ready for the party...
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I'm no sailing historian, but, I am now thinking of naming my next child Albin Vega.
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This is a pretty incredible story... tough dude, methinks...
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Good stuff ... i've enjoyed reading snippets of his blog, good to see he has come through.
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I bought my sailboat from CRAB, the non-profit for which Matt is doing this circumnavigation. Hard to think of a better beneficiary than CRAB. Thanks, Matt!
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