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Hey all, just wanted to introduce myself a little. My boat is in my sig. I also made my first thread about needing some help with my 3hp Johnson. I know it's a lame first post, but I promise I'll make up for it with something epic. Maybe not soon, but eventually. I look forward to spending some time browsing around this site and promise not to post wh*re to bad . Take care folks.
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There is a fella on here with the handleof SVDistantStar or something like that who has given me some advice on that little Johnson.
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Welcome aboard. You do realize that this is predominately a sailing site....
Thank-you, and I do. I really needed some advice on my kicker, and I know a lot of sailboats are equipped with small outboards. I have a tri-hull powerboat right now, but I grew up sailing and still sail my Dad's custom 18' day sailor. It was made here in Bellingham and is a good little boat. I've spent a lot of time sailing Lasers, Flying Juniors, El Toro's, and Lightnings as well. I even got to take a couple trips on the legendary Dorade based out of Deer Harbor/East Sound area on Orcas Island. I like all boats in general.
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