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Old 02-08-2010
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Nice new website

I just came across this today and thought I'd share it. The website is called "Women and Cruising" and is hosted by 3 women sailors: Kathy Parsons, Pam Wall and Gwen Hamlin. I found lots of great resources and good information on the site too.

Here's the link

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Thanks. Useful site -a great find !
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As I've spent the last 2 hours on this site & have bookmarked it since I'm planning an eventual galley refit...THANKS! Awesome site!
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Very good site. We have just started re-designing our galley and it couldn't be more timely.
BTWlove your boat's name
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It's a very useful site full of great information.
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Thanks for posting that. Sharlene
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Love it! Thanks for posting.
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woman-owned sailboat blog....

I decided to start writing my experiences as a woman sailboat-owner, getting started slowly. I need encouragement to start tellin' it like it is. I'm just warming up. Mostly, because it is winter, I'm on to many winter projects and maintenance projects. I learned and acquired my boat only years ago, after retirement. It is a tough way to go! See sailpinga.wordpress.com
PS I started the blog on the day I saw web video titled bikini contest at NY boat show and realized it was a 2010 event!
If you are a woman in Bellingham, WA area, see the "woman's workshop" link on boatingisfun.org too.
Hope these are fun resources for you. Thanks...
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I've bookmarked your blog and am looking forward to reading about your future adventures. I also own my own crusing sailboat, but I have seven years, 8 months, 12 days and 11 hrs. more to retirement---not that I am counting. You go show my how it is done! Thanks for sharing.
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