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post #1931 of 3430 Old 02-28-2010
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Actually, for the last few months in Wilmington, a bit up north. When I was in Long beach, I lived in several different areas. I grew up near Coast Highway and Clark. I spent some time in Belmont Shore, Cal Heights, even on the docks across from ABYC.
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Hi, I'm new.
Used to have several yachts on the glorious east coast of Australia. Have part of my Offshore Skippers Certificate, and done a few miles under sail. Now back in Adelaide and have gone to the wooden boat fraternity...a motor cruiser with lots of brightwork (gulp!).Something a little easier to move around in for my wife and me.
I hope the older style motor cruiser which goes at 10 kn, doesn't exclude me from the sailnet community. It's all boats, and I love 'em.

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post #1936 of 3430 Old 03-05-2010
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Hello, my name is Jan Andreas,
I am sailing since the age of 5 in France at the atlantic cost. I am living and working in Germany, but I love the see. I have a house at the French Atlantic cost, Pointe de Penmarc'h which is a really very nice and intersting sailiong area. Sailing area, is West-cost of france, Silly Islands, Irish Sea, Atlantic cost West Europe. Since the age of 15 I always had my own sailing boat. But 3 Years ago I had to sell my boat, an old wooden boat, which I had completely renovated to pay the divorce of my ex wife. I still have a small fishing boat with a Sail, but this has nothing to do with sailing. Now I am back again and I am looking for a trimaran. This is a dream I have for a long time.
I have found a boat in England a Telstar Tri 8 m, which is quite intersting or a 9.5 m trimaran which is an old design from Eric Tabarly.
Does someone has experience with the Tristar trimarans?
As I am sailing not only in nice conditions and taking my son with me, I am needing a safe boat.
I am a specialist of fuel cell energy supply systems, if someone wants to electrifiy his boat with a fuel cell or an electrical motor, I can help him , to choose the right components. For me this is the real future, because producing electricity on board without making any noise or any polution is the right way.


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