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New member to the forum here, My name is Paul Hille I hail from North Jersey, and sail the Raritan bay area, I have a 38' Jeanneau 1977, antique, I am anticipating lots of changes. I am a carpenter, with very good mechanical skills, and have been getting along faily well, but can always use helpful advice. I am in the process of repowering, and so far am holding my own. I have plenty of work to do in all different catagories and look forward to the task... and hopefully be able to help someone back in the process...See you later..

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Welcome to SN Paul! Lots of good info around here.

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Watch Paul this place might keep you late at night Enjoy and welcome to SN!
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