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post #1 of 3 Old 11-30-2012 Thread Starter
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Greetings from SWFLA!

Hello fellow sailors! I am a Naples Sailor who is lucky enough to live in one of the best sailing areas out there! Sailor since 1968. Have owned dozens of boats from Laser to Corsair Tri to Endeavour 32 to Catalinas. Now have downsized to a Seaward 22 which I have just finished a moderate refit with new rigging, new interior bulkhead, sails washed, wood w/Cetol, bottom paint, boot stripe, and a new Yamaha four stroke. I use boat primarily for myself, family, friends but I do teach some lessons on her. I am also working on rehabbing a Com-Pac 16 for use by family, friends, Club members.
Great to have access to so many fine sailors with such a knowledge base!
Fair Winds!
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Re: Greetings from SWFLA!

Welcome to sailnet. I enjoy the beaches in the Naples area quite often.

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Re: Greetings from SWFLA!

Welcome to SailNet!

I have a 35' boat in Barrington RI, and a house in Ft Myers. I hope to move one of them closer to the other soon.

What are July and August like on the boat in the Naples area?


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