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I have a dream to learn to sail, retire and spend sometime making journeys on the water with my wife.
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As do many, so welcome to SailNet!
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I have a dream to learn to sail, retire and spend sometime making journeys on the water with my wife.
DO IT!!!!
We did, and the reality is BETTER then the dream. Just do a small bit each day and the reality just happens....

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Welcome! So, where are you located? Have you decided to buy a boat yet, or are you taking the "I'll take lessons first" approach?
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J&L,

Wrong order. 1) Learn to sail 2) spend all sorts of time with your lovely wife on the water. Stunning sunsets and Merlot are highly recommended. 3) Retire and spend even more time with your now stunning wife on the water, more sunsets, less Merlot. Occasional Virgin Islands trip recommended.


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Welcome. Dreams are where it all begins my friend!
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