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Re: Is that a SailNet member in the anchorage? How would you know?

med sailor--there was a boat named exodus, one of ours, in sd--he bought in pnw and took her home to sd.....
mine is in la cruz de huanacaxtle, nayarit, mexico until i set sail for zihuatenejo....soon...

btw--what does a sailnet burgee look like?? i have rarely seen burgees on boats arriving this far south...
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Re: Is that a SailNet member in the anchorage? How would you know?

When I'm actively cruising, I usually post frequent updates, so people either know where I am/going, or I'll contact people who I know are in a location I am going to. As a result, I've met well over 50 fellow Sailnetters.
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Re: Is that a SailNet member in the anchorage? How would you know?

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btw--what does a sailnet burgee look like?? i have rarely seen burgees on boats arriving this far south...
See the link in my post above....
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Re: Is that a SailNet member in the anchorage? How would you know?

I think the burgee is a good idea. I hope one side has a picture of a hand waving and on the other the same picture with a circle and a slash imposed over the hand. That should make everyone happy.
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