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I finally put together a website for the two boats we sail and race, a Baltic 37 "Brut" and a more recent addition, a Figaro Solo "Tigre". We use little Tigre for training and bashing around, and Brut for the more serious races (and for comfortable accomodations). Hope you like the site and new ideas are welcome -- BrŻt Sailing - Home.

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Nice website Chris

I learned a few things from it as well. I didn't realize the Baltic 37 was a C&C design. We used to admire them in the sailing mags in the days we sailed C&Cs. I've recently started crewing on occasional races aboard a friends Peterson 35 (hull #1) and wish I had done it years ago, but my wife and I were cruisers enjoying the B.C. coast. Keep up the good work on your site.
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