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Just Another Struggling Dreamer

I realized I never introduced myself. I'm just another one of those people who has the idea that the grass is greener on the ocean side.

Started sailing J22s 3 years ago and got hooked. Now Ive got this idea that if I can sail a 22 foot dinghy on a bay I can maybe sail a 30 foot boat to the Bahamas. We shall see about that though
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Re: Just Another Struggling Dreamer

Welcome to the forum. Dreams are where it starts Mate. You already have wet feet... you are beyond the initial dream, now you're dreaming bigger. :-)

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Re: Just Another Struggling Dreamer

Welcome and Happy New Year. Share the dream!
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