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Hi All,

Just joined the sailinet group. I've been reading the forums and have already learned a great deal. My husband and I have dreams of taking a couple of years off in the near future and sailing the world for awhile. Then we realized that we should probably learn how to sail first. We just bought our first boat - a 16ft fiberglass sailboat that looks like a banana. We named her "Chiquita". So far we have been going to a local lake and learning to sail via the school of hard knocks. We are both hooked. Looking forward to being a part of the sailnet community.
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Welcome, and please post photos of Chiquita. What kind of boat is she?

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