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Hello,I am new,have a sailing boat,type ALDEBARAN, sailing in Holland,ijsselmeer,waddenzee (in summer).Now ,i am laying in an shed and heve a lot of maintenance to do.Our sailing season starts in april and ended mostly in october.(this year we have a lot of ice in the ijsselmeer).This has'nt happend in 12 years.
I look forwards to start sailing in april this year.

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Hoi,

We would love to hear more about sailing in the ijsselmeer and waddenzee. Your boat sounds very interesting -- please show us some photos if you can (after you have made 10 posts to Sailnet, you will be able to add photos to your posts.)

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Hey Farmer Jan, (or is it Cees or Jan-Cees or Cees-Jan)

Welcome to Sailnet. Is there still ice on the IJsselmeer? What's your homeport?

Is this a Aldebaran?

Good luck this winter and fair winds.
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PierreMundo,
Indeed the ship on the foto is a ALDEBARAN, mij ship is 28 years,(have a lot of maintenance to do) hull is GRP,cockpit,deck,and cabin are of wood,(multiplex) sail-number = 99,name of the ship MA-Belle,homeport Andijk,

my name is Cees,mail is janboer644 ,and I have nothing to do with the farmer buisiness.

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Hey Cees! Welcome to Sailnet! Good luck with the work.
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Hello and welcome to Sailnet. It is good to have you onboard, best of luck with the winter.
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