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I am billwrt--a new member.
Have lived on a 43' Endeavor for 20 years.
Part-time skipper on a 100' paddle boat (dinner cruises).
Flotilla Staff Officer for Navigation Systems in the Coast Guard Auxillary. Live in Port Canaveral, Florida area. My AKA is Capn Bill.

I am certified by USCGAux for Crew, Coxswain, and SAR (Search and Rescue). Presently hold a 100 ton Coast Guard Master's License.

I would like to find a Sailing Chat room. Once belonged to one and enjoyed the witty exchanges. We would meet for reunions at cruise destinations. The organization that sponsored the Chat Room failed and the chat participants parted company.

I plan to check the blogs and respond when I think I can contribute.
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Hey wrt - welcome to SN dude! You'll definitely like it here. Lots of fun and lots of newbs that need to know stuff.

Good to have you.
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