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Hello all,

I am a brand new sailor in training, I have finished Basic Keel boat and Basic Coastal Cruising ASA courses. I have chartered Catalinas ranging in size from 24 to 30 feet out of Marina Del Ray.

I goal is to own my own boat and enjoy the ocean. I still have 2 more courses to go before I can do overnight charters... god how much I dream about multiple day sailing to the Channel Islands!

I have a short video I put together of my first sail with my cousin and friend who were also in the classes with me.

I am the the guy with the shaved head.

w w w.vimeo.com/4099362


Nice to be a part of this community.

Jeremy
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Hey Marda - welcome to SN dude.

BTW - GREAT video!! Looks like you guys were almost dipping a rail there with crap flying all over the cabin. That's BFS baby!
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thanks smackdaddy, looking forward to many more good times in the forum.
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