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Hello all. We are in Louisiana, retired and currently sailing a William Atkin cutter. We live on the water and have been into sailing for 50 years in various craft. Never had a chance to cruise too far due to work and other obligations. Our cruising has been limited to the US Gulf Coast.

Have been looking around here for a while, like what we see, and know we will enjoy it here.
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Well welcome to our little community. Enjoy yourself, ask what you will and hopefully with your experience you'll be of help to others.

William Atkin Cutter eh ?

Might I suggest that ....



(just kidding but I'm sure there be plenty here who would like to see what she looks like.)

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