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Hello all, reviewing your site I noticed that this would be a great location for a new sailor. Whilst I have experience sailing a 34 and a 52 I have never owed a keel boat. This is where I can learn the ins and outs of ownership. I plan to retire soon and my intention will be to live on a boat until I can no longer manage. Now the main challenge will be to convince the "lady" and how big of a boat!

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Say Hi to Al for me . . . and welcome to the asylum.
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Sandecker called- Rudy needs you to get your ass back to the boat and get al out of (and/or ) into trouble..again.

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Welcome Dirk, glad you're here.
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