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hello i am captain monk of the 26ft sailboat the wind rider,a 1979 seafarer.i got this boat from a gentleman who sailed her for alot of years.then she sat in his backyard for 10 years on a trailer, the mast was stolen,probably for scrap.anyway i have been restoring her for the past couple years.at this time i am going to sailing school to learn to sail her.still have some interrior work . but she has a second hand mast and rigging off another 26 ft sailboat.also had to replace the outboard.picked up a 9.9 johnson for the back. hope that is enough motor to get her around.will be finishing sailing school soon and hope to take her out on lake erie.am open to all the sound input i can get on sailing ect.wish i could put a pic of her up. but i dont know how.not real computer savy.
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Sounds like a great project. Welcome.



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welcome aboard, capt monk. where on erie are you located?

It's 5 o'clock somewhere:


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