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Greeting from the Crew of Kooky Dance

Greeting all from the Captain and Crew of S/V Kooky Dance.

We currently reside in Seabrook Texas and are planning to set sail for Tampa, Key West and then the Bahamas in 2013. We suffered a setback from Hurricane Ike when he sunk our boat S/V Jolie Bateaux. We then bought a Caliber 40 LRC which set us back financially but we named her Kooky Dance and work diligently to pay her off.

I have been sailing since I was about 5 on a 35 ft trimaran made in Greece out of plywood and fiber glass, wooden commercial fishing boats to big steel ships. I married in 1985 and we have been sailing and racing off and on from about 1986 to present. I am a lucky man that was given the good fortune of finding a woman that loves the boating life and has proven to be one of the most capable crew I have had the pleasure to ship with.

We are still outfitting Kooky Dance and we will eventually need to weigh what we actually need and can afford and what we will do without because of time and money.

We look forward to connecting with other sailors as this next chapter in our lives starts.

KookyCapt.
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Well hello! You should be a real plus AAA, as there are always questions to answer. I have a similar dream to sail to the Bahamas, at this time I'm practicing on Lake Superior as it is the closest big water to me. Good Luck...Dale
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