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HI all fellow wind users.
have been looking at this site and also think it is one of the best online.
have owned my 36' catamaran, yes another flat top sailor, least the drinks dont spill lol, her name is Sophisticat. Our plans are to leave Airlie beach Australia and sail , cairns GBR / PNG / SOLOMONS / MICRONESIA/GUAM CHUCK LAGOON/THEN PHILIPPINES.
As my passion is diving i look at sailing as a taxi to get me from one dive site to another, this atitude will no doubt change over time. I have a lot of respect for the ocean , although in no way a sailor /captain I am looking forward to the challenges and experience this next challenge in my life will bring.
Well fair winds to all and if diving , dive safe and leave only bubbles

Peter
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hey soph, welcome to SN dude. And you're right, SN is definitely one of the best sailing forums out there.
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