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Siren 17 in NJ Lk. Hopatcong

I am new to sailing and having fun learning things the hard way. If you sail Lake Hopatcong drop me an e-mail. I am docked on Elba Pt.
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Cool also new to sailing in area

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I am new to sailing and having fun learning things the hard way. If you sail Lake Hopatcong drop me an e-mail. I am docked on Elba Pt.
Hi I just bought a siren 17 in a yard sale without rigging, any information you can give me about the mast length, boom, sails and rigging and where I might find some is appreciated. I plan on moving to the north jersey shore or small lakes region in Wappinger falls area within the coming year

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There is a siren 17 group on yahoo. I've gotten information from them before.

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