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I live and sail the waters around Sydney Australia, Sydney Harbour, Pittwater
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Sailing area -Norway!

My intended sailing area is the fjords and coastal waters of middle Norway. Let's say roughly speaking from Trondheim in the south up till the Lofoten islands, although i must confess to having wild dreams about at least once making the ultimate trip north to spitsbergen. I live and work as a trainee orthopedic surgeon in a small town called Namsos (nord-Tronderlag province, about a four hours drive south of the polar circle).I emigrated there last year from the Netherlands and intend to sail my 28 ft Mirage (1976, Thames Marine) to my new home in Norway this summer. I am currently busy totally refitting my boat for this challenging trip across the north sea.
Any other arctic sailors out there?

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Palli
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"GETAWAY" 1986 222 O'Day

Lake Erie's BASS ISLANDS
Western Basin

Going back to my roots in sailing. As a young'n I sailed Lake Erie till my late teens starting with a 12 ft. cat boat (Ray Green - Nipper-) through, comets snipes interlakes lightenings and New England K-cats. It was so easy to go to the boat and turn the key on my Penn Yan Avenger during my working years, but now, retirement gives me the time to slow down and enjoy peace and quiet. Just bought this O'Day because of a recommendation by a sail boater who has been downsizing from the 40 ft size boats. Although I have not wet her keel yet, I will do so soon. Looking forward to spending some time on this forum.

These Islands are not far from Sandusky Ohio known to have a real active sailing group and a huge protected bay for some great sailing.. As a kid our Put In Bay youth sailing group raced Thistle class boats there because of the bay being so perfect for strong wind sailing we could make these molded plywood boats plane and dance on top of the short chop of this famous Sandusky Bay.. The area is home of the famous "clinker built" Lyman Boats. The famous Lyman Cat Boat was and is a prize to behold today.

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Hi Sailnet admin,
I have a '84 catlaina 22 that I trailer to the Pamlicao sound of North Carolina.
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Summer - BC Coast
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Newport RI/Narragansett Bay - no boat at the moment but that could change!
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Harwich Cape Cod anyone want a 22 hyliner/honda 200 in trade for a circum sailboat? or as i like to call it CAPECODLESS never seen a rich ocean with countless fish be wipe out beyound believe
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