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Old 07-02-2008
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Hello from NC

Howdy all. I am new to sailnet (and to sailing). I'm a liveaboard in NC. I'm really enjoying the advice and comments that you can find here. It has helped a lot so far. Thanks a bunch.
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Welcome!

Tell us more about your boat?

How long have you been living aboard?

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Welcome aboard. Where abouts are you at in NC?
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Welcome to Sailnet DB. What kind of boat are you living on?
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Buccaneer!

I live on the Outer Banks in a Buccaneer. (I know that I will get some bashing from having a Buc. I can take it.)

I moved aboard last fall, learned about the boat and living aboard, survived the winter, and have been fixing things ever since. I sail as often as I can on pretty much anyone's boat I can.
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Welcome. Outer Banks is a big area. i am at Lookout visiting my father right now. What part are you in?
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I'm in Manteo, but come over to the main beaches to KDH and Nags Head all the time.
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I don't think that Buccaneers are on the Unmerciful Bashing List.

Let's see a picture, and tell us more about her.

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Only SOME Bucs come in for unmerciful bashing...the rest are fine for their design purpose. DBboat is at my docks...got a great deal on his Buc and has been putting us all to shame with his work ethic, getting the boat in shape.

DB...Good to see you posting & officially...welcome the the nuthouse!
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