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I am going to be stying in Charleston on Oct. 18th, 19th, 20th. Birthday trip. I would love to stay aboard a sailboat. Never been on Blue Water. No sailing needed, just want to stay aboard and get the feel of the salt air in the morning/evening. A sail might be nice if someone wanted to take me out. I will be by myself, and will treat your cabin with the utmost respect.
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Check your mailbox on Sailnet''s "Message Center"; I think I''ve got an option for you.

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Okay live aboards,
Opinions on gensets vs inverters.
Getting ready to move on board.
Am not looking for all the creature comforts but once in a while or in an emergency.

Thanks in advance.
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