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Hello from Atlantic Canada!

Hi folks!

There seems to be a lot of good info on this forum. Hopefully I will be able to contribute. I'm a fan of "low-buck projects" and was working on a few things for my boat over the last month that I can post.

My first and current boat is a Sonic 23. I've seen a few Sonic owners on here so far, hopefully we can share some info and help each other out with our boats that seem to be few and far between.

I will be cruising primarily in the Bras d'Or Lakes in Nova Scotia for the summer.

I look forward to contributing!

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Re: Hello from Atlantic Canada!

Welcome to Sailnet from another Canuck (albeit from the left coast)

We visited the Bras D'or Lakes two years ago during our first/only visit to the Maritimes - interesting sailing area, but your season's much too short!

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