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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-30-2007 11:40 PM
denby
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Originally Posted by katejoy View Post
What was that? traning wheels? hmmmmmmm............. I think you have more problems than having little voices in your head...
The voices make me type that.
11-30-2007 06:08 PM
sailingdog Yes, some of the sad monohullers have a hard time thinking about boats that have more than one..it blows the .5 amp fuse in their brain.

The Polynesian Islanders were using multihulls to explore an area far greater than that explored by the monohulls... which mainly sailed close to shore... being scared of large open waters for the most part. Crossing the Atlantic was the exception that proves the rule btw.
11-30-2007 05:05 PM
katejoy What was that? traning wheels? hmmmmmmm............. I think you have more problems than having little voices in your head...
11-29-2007 09:37 AM
sailingdog No worries... Even if you are a monohuller...
11-29-2007 12:16 AM
denby Sorry SD, I missed it.
11-28-2007 11:58 PM
sailingdog Dumby-

Ummm... learn to read... she says she has a little catamaran... in the post just prior to mine.

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AH Dog, where does it say she has a boat with training wheels?
11-28-2007 11:44 PM
denby
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I live out on the Big Island of hawaii, and suprisingly there is little to no sailing comunity out here. I don't know why its an amazing place for sailing, clear waters, warm and there is always some kind of wind. Granted it is kinda dangerous and a bit crazy out there at times, but so are alot of other places. I would be sooo thankful if someone out there could put my in contact with some people, I really just want to learn more.
Thank you, you all have been very helpful so far.
AH Dog, where does it say she has a boat with training wheels?
11-28-2007 11:35 PM
sailingdog Hi Kate,

Always good to talk to another multihull sailor. Welcome to sailnet.
11-28-2007 05:17 PM
katejoy Yep, there are not real good bearths. We own a little catamaran, and sail it up and down the coast. It hauls ass on good days
wish they would build a bigger harbor, paddling is big here. Not really my thing.
11-28-2007 04:32 PM
PBzeer You'll probably have to spend some time on Ohau to get in much sailing there. Or get something like a Hobie Cat you can launch from a beach.
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