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post #2311 of 3430 Old 03-06-2011
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Northern Lakes Michigan/Huron/North Channel/Door Peninsula Wisconsin.Home Port,Washington Island,WI
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I enjoy sailing wherever I can. For the last four years I have had the pleasure of being a part time crew member of the Red Witch = a two masted schooner based in Burnham Harbor, Chicago, IL, on Lake Michigan. We take folks to out on Lake Michigan - set sail and enjoy the view. During the sail we often educate the folks on board (40 or so) on the principles of sailing and talk about the history of sailing on the Great Lakes. It is a lot of fun.

My sailing buddy is in the process of building his own 17 foot boat and it looks like we might be able to get it into the water late in the coming season. He is rigging it with two lug sails... an unusual rig but it should be fun.

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Am currently trying like heck to get my 39' Yorktown sea worthy. I'm currently in California (East Bay/Delta) and a novice sailor. Spent 27 years in the Navy, but I was in aviation. Beginning to think a 39' boat might have been a bit big for a first boat.
Back to subject, planning to cut the dock lines this Summer, tour the Delta as a warm up, then out the Gate and turn left for Mexico. No hurries once I get started.
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I live in Bristol UK and sail the Bristol channel from where my boat is moored in Cardiff.
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Black Sea. Aegean pretty soon.
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HI All,
jeff from Birmingham England my boat boat Hunter 34 moored at colte de azur south France and will be on board from 9th april cannot wait!
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