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Greetings!! I have just taken up sailing. I am currently taking lessons and have recently purchased a South Coast 21 at a really good price. She needs some TLC, but has e everything needed for me to hit the water.

I would appreciate any advise from experienced sailers on tips and help getting her back to her former glory.

I look forward to hearing from everyone.
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Greetings!! I have just taken up sailing. I am currently taking lessons and have recently purchased a South Coast 21 at a really good price. She needs some TLC, but has e everything needed for me to hit the water.

I would appreciate any advise from experienced sailers on tips and help getting her back to her former glory.

I look forward to hearing from everyone.
Pictures, please. If we can see what she needs, we can probably help.
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