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lmonson 11-13-2005 02:48 PM

sailors in the Los Angeles Area
 
I recently completed my first set of sailing lessons. In a few months my boyfriend and I are setting off for an extended cruise throughout the pacific. Im not very confident right now and I need to be before I set sail.
Im not looking for lessons, but I am wondering if there are any experienced sailors in my area (channel islands, marina del ray, long beach) who would be interested in sailing with us on a few day trips. Im looking for tips, advise, experience, little things. You know, I want to see how someone who really knows how to sail sails!
I can''t pay you but it would be fun and of course I would work around your schedule, make all the arrangements, feed you, etc.
Thanks,
Laurel

JeffC_ 12-31-2005 09:22 AM

sailors in the Los Angeles Area
 
Just stumbled on this today.

Laurel, do you have a boat of your own, what make is she and how big? And where is she?

I''m in your area and might be interested.

paulmcquillan 02-17-2006 02:00 AM

Local training and mentoring programs - Channel Islands Hbr.
 
try following these links to get local help:
http://www.pcyc.org/homepage.html LINKS OF INTEREST / CREW LIST

or LINKS OF INTEREST / RACING SEMINARS & TRAINING

Paul

starcresttoo 02-24-2006 02:29 AM

Ventura's Sewage Treatment Facility
 
I remember when they had melt downs.that siren would go on all nite with that flashing lite-----anyway for all who may or may not remember----I am here in south florida living aboard in gerry springers marina.and no---there aint no seascouts rousting anyone out of their botze like overthere----aint no harraslements ant itz very inexpensive-----aslong as she can swim------

paulmcquillan 02-27-2006 02:32 PM

Ventura? Ummm dude, you're off the mark by a harbor or so.


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