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New member from Miami saying hello!

Hello fellow SailNet members.

I just registered and am excited to join the community and the forums. This is all pretty new to me, so please forgive me if I don't quite understand proper etiquette, etc.

I would like to make myself available to all of you, to answer questions concerning yachting vacations, primarily in the Caribbean, the Med. and South Pacific. My associates and I have 30 years experience and would be honored to answer general questions about destinations, taxes, customs regulations, types of boats, etc...

So, if you want to know more about the sailing conditions in Croatia, or
when is the best time of the year to cruise in Tahiti, please give me a shout
and I'll do my best to help! I love yachting and would be honored to share any info I can with the SailNet family.

Smooth sailing,

Jim
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Hi Jim. Welcome aboard. I sent you a PM. Please take a look at that real quick.

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