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Hello from S.F.

Hello, I have read alot of posts and found tons of great info, thanks. I just upgraded from an Ericson26 to a Bombay Clipper 31. I love the new boat, so much room comparided to my Ericson. I have been sailing since I was a kid. My first sailboat was a Prindel 16 cat then a banshee13 then the Ericson26 and now have my cruiser Bombay Clipper. As soon as I get her ready I plan on taking off for awhile. Looking forward to communicating with you all. Thanks, Bluwateronly
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Welcome aboard Blu...how about some boat pix? I am not familiar with the boat.
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Welcome to Sailnet and best of luck with the boat. Yes, we'd love to see pictures.
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about some pics

Hello again, I will take some pics tonight and post tomorrow. She is a great boat just needs to be taken care of. The boat has sat in slip for years with nobody taking care of her so, I have lots to do. Thanks for the welcomes, Bluwateronly
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Welcome!

Always liked the Prindles. Better than my Hobie 16, I thought...

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Hello David, ya the prindel was a blast. I still remember in the sea of cortez, (Rocky Point) hiked out with my buddy going so fast the spray hurt we went so far out could not see land but, had to turn back, the bbq was going. Take care.
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