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10-18-2011 12:29 PM
blt2ski What you will also find about the site, is even if you ask a question, amazing how someone with another model of a similar year will have an answer, as a lot of the parts etc are the same on up and down the ladder of the line in any given model group. IE if you ask quesions on the newest i series now going out of production, some with 36i's have the same issues with some things as those with 39i's etc. In my case with an 85 Arcadia.......well, what can I say, fun to be over there none the less. Zanshin who posts on here also posts there, minnewaska recently joined over there.....among a few that I know post in both places.

marty
10-18-2011 05:41 AM
Bradders Thanks

I will go and register with the web site as both yourself and bit2ski suggested.
10-17-2011 10:47 PM
byrsch Bradders, go the site recommended by blt2ski above and register your boat. Try to establish contact with other owners, comes in handy when you need advice specific to your boat. I always joined the owners sites on any boat I have owned and received a lot of good advice (free) from fellow members.
10-17-2011 10:43 PM
byrsch Hi Bradders;

My dad always said beauty is in the eye of the beholder. As long as you love the boat and enjoy it she will be a thing of beauty. We no longer have a boat but out of the three we owned it is the one I miss the most.

I hope you have a long and success relationship with her.
10-17-2011 09:09 AM
Bradders Hi byrsch

We have joined the Sunsail scheme and are now the owners of a 44i based in Vounaki which we are very pleased about.
Although not every one will agree the scheme suits us at this moment in time.
10-17-2011 12:17 AM
byrsch We had a 44i that we lived on and loved the boat. She handled well and had a lot of room as a liveaboard. I'd recommend them to anyone.
05-19-2011 09:58 AM
FarCry
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Far Cry: I usually just lurk and do not post. I had a Sun Fast 37 until 2006 when I bought a Catalina 380 which I just traded up from to the 44I.
Mark
I've spent some time on a 44i here at CYOA (charter company). I do like having a one level floor below and the galley layout as well. It makes the interior seem larger when compared to the 45DS. The boat I've been on has green Awlgrip on her and really stands out in a fleet of white boats!

You've now double your post count too.
05-17-2011 07:50 PM
MASOD Far Cry: I usually just lurk and do not post. I had a Sun Fast 37 until 2006 when I bought a Catalina 380 which I just traded up from to the 44I.
Mark
05-17-2011 05:11 PM
FarCry
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Stewart: I have a 2010 44i based on Lake St. Clair in Michigan. It is a great boat, very sea-kindly, comfortable and fast. We choose this over the 45DS because of the ease of getting in and out of the cockpit and because it is all one level down below. Every time (and I mean EVERY TIME) we are out sailing we get hailed from another boat or the shore with "That's a beautiful boat."
Mark
Masod, couldn't help but notice that you registered in 2004 and this is your first post.

Welcome to Sailnet, I guess.
05-17-2011 04:24 PM
MASOD Stewart: I have a 2010 44i based on Lake St. Clair in Michigan. It is a great boat, very sea-kindly, comfortable and fast. We choose this over the 45DS because of the ease of getting in and out of the cockpit and because it is all one level down below. Every time (and I mean EVERY TIME) we are out sailing we get hailed from another boat or the shore with "That's a beautiful boat."
Mark
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