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08-02-2008 01:53 PM
zura73 ok. i'm sorry for my bad english
08-02-2008 01:46 PM
zura73 really? i didn't think it's so difficult.
08-02-2008 12:00 PM
sailingdog I think that sailing is one of those things, like chess, that takes a lifetime to master.
08-02-2008 11:39 AM
Originally Posted by zura73 View Post
no i'm not in a hurry.i'm planning to learn ewerything i need first,but also i have to buy the boat.and i need somebody to tell me what to buy to go to europe.
Good, take your time Zura. It takes one year to learn how to sail and five years to become a sailor.
08-02-2008 07:45 AM
Originally Posted by zura73 View Post
thank you.if i have any questin can i write?
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08-01-2008 11:33 PM
zura73 thank you.if i have any questin can i write?
08-01-2008 11:20 PM
sailingdog Not really once I'd choose or recommend for an ocean crossing. I can think of a dozen 35-37' boats I'd take before a Hunter 36. The Canadian Sailcraft 36T, the Southern Cross 35, the Alberg 37, the Hallberg Rassy Rasmus 35, just to name a few.

Originally Posted by zura73 View Post
what about hunter 36'
08-01-2008 10:40 PM
zura73 what about hunter 36'
07-31-2008 08:47 AM
chucklesR Read a couple books by those that have done it, then go buy a Lazer or Hobie, throw a EPIRB on it and go.
We'll read about it in the newspaper.

Really, do some reading, this is such a open ended question that many many books have been written about it. No response to a forum question could possibly respond adequately.
07-31-2008 06:31 AM
sailingdog depends on the boat
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