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Old 11-01-2012
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Greetings everyone,

My name is Noah. I am new to sailing, not new to the water. The girlfriend and I recently acquired our 1st sailboat. A 1976 26' Luger Tradewinds w/ fin keel (not the standard swing keel). She is a quick little boat with a stark interior. Her name is "Un Canadien Errant". We enjoy day sails around Salt Spring Island and the other southern gulf islands in British Columbia.

Eventually we'd like to move into a larger sailboat full time... I look forward to getting to know some people here.
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congrats on the new boat! If you get a chance post a few pictures.
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Here are some pictures of our s/v Un Canadien Errant...


At dockside, Salt Spring Island Marina


Under sail (my avatar as well)


Tack out of the harbour


Shot off the stern


Refreshments for a day sail


Great lil motor for when the winds die


Looking towards Captains Channel (and the USA in the distance)


My girlfriend is French Canadian, and I am a bit of a rebel... it fits us in english it translates to 'A Canadian Wanderer'
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