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Old 01-12-2011
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Hello all from Key West.

I am a new member of 23 minutes.
I am a liveaboard/cruiser. I have been for many years and my passion for it strengthens all the time.
I am in transition with boats and my current sailboat of 13 months is a lovely Paceship 26. She does alot for me currently but I am in the market for a full keeled boat to marry for life for some big traveling. I have sailed/motored this little coastal cruiser for one voyage consisting of 1,268 miles and many smaller trips of about 400 miles in total.
I am at anchor at the moment and the wind is blowing pretty good.
The Key West racers are getting pretty excited with this tease of North Wind, I know because I had to go and chat with them this afternoon while they were rigging their fancy yachts.

I am a member of a couple other sailing forums for several years and am not sure why I waited so long to register as a member here.

Glad to finally be here,


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You live on the hook there? We visited Key West by land eight years back or so. I sat on a pier looking out at the boats anchored out there, thinking about the day in the future when that would be me. Still a few years down the road before we're anchored in warm waters.
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