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I am in Tampa bay area St. Pete downsized from a 42' to 34' . Looking for sailing company around the bay area... Your boat and/or mine ... Just sailing and enjoying the water ...Also an occasional sailors tale or two.. Largest boat sailed 85' smallest 12' am still learning... Been away from the water for a couple years and need to get back... Want to crew or need crew or want a sailboat ride let me know... The infor here is the best of the so called sailing forums.

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Welcome to Sailnet Ken.
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Thank you, looking forward to getting back in touch with the sailing community..

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Welcome, Ken. We did a similar downsize a few years back and still enjoy the "smallness" and managability of the new boat.

We're a long way from you, so can't accept your invite, but enjoy!

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