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exchanging experience...sometimes not even the hard way

I am a lifelong sailor and boat owner. After a decade without a floating sloop, (ran my own business) I figured it was time to rejoin the pursuit of life.

I purchased a 1970 Allied 39 Sloop project boat, because ...it was there and I really wanted it. Now I'm left to fix it. I was previously a yacht rigger and I built two marina's. But, actually having fun with all this stuff, I am a neophyte.

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Re: exchanging experience...sometimes not even the hard way

Well now that was just a tease . . . Tell us more with more pics . . .
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Re: exchanging experience...sometimes not even the hard way

did you get that from Greenwich? I contacted them but it was more work that I wanted to get involved in and thought they wanted way to much for her. Beautiful boat though. Have you seen this website? jacaranda-journey If it is I have the previous owners email if you want to PM me when you have enough posts, I will give it to you.

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