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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-06-2008 06:37 PM
longislandmike They only use it for 101 school but for a fee you could take the course and get like a fractional deal on the 23
10-06-2008 11:42 AM
Bryan53 Hunter 23? Unusual boat for Sailtime, they usually stick with newer boats. According to Hunter the 23 was last produced in 1992.
10-04-2008 04:01 PM
longislandmike Thanks good advice Im sure.It is hard to get out on water when you dont actually own a boat.I have taken ASA 101 and 103 now just trying to convince my wife she will love it as much as I do.Thinking next year doing the fractional thing with sailtime any thoughts on that? THANKS
10-03-2008 10:21 PM
mrwuffles the more you go out the more youll get used to it and just know your limits
10-01-2008 07:27 PM
longislandmike The hunter is in patchogue.When the bay gets a little rough I really hate that little bugger.But I am sure its my limited experience.Not sure when boat comes out of water it actually belongs to sailtime.I am off on wed nobody around then thats for sure
10-01-2008 07:18 PM
davidpm Don't know exactly where you are Mike but I'm up for sailing just about anything anywhere with anyone. davidm at softdesigns dot com.
Always wanted to know how a hunter 23 sailed. I've been sailing a Catalina 27 and Catalina 30 the last two years.
10-01-2008 07:14 PM
longislandmike
Daysailing need somebody

Have access to hunter 23 but often nobody to go with. Season over soon but maybe a few more opps .

 
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