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11-19-2001 08:09 PM
Holiday Help

Looks like Re-sails has changed its web address to :
11-19-2001 03:59 AM
Holiday Help

Here are some ideas:
Auto-inflatable life vest--more comfortable and lighter than a regular vest ($150)
Digital racing watch ($100)
Small handheld VHF radio ($300)
Good pair of sunglasses ($100-300)
Sailing duffel bag (Harken brand is nice)($60)
Go to for sailing gear--I got my wife a jacket made from old sails--expensive but very nice ($200-300)
Any sailing clothes--boots, shoes, t-shirts, etc...
This is a start.

11-18-2001 01:38 PM
Holiday Help

Hello fellow sailors, I need some help!

My boyfriend is the skipper for a J/35 and I am trying to figure out a great gift for him the holiday season. I wanted it to have something to do with sailing since he is obsessed with it! I have only started to hardcore race this season so I am just a novice at this kind of stuff. Any ideas? Maybe a great gift you have recieved in the past? any suggestions wil be greatly apreciated. He is 20 years old and has alot of sailing items already, a tough one i know!!
Thanks, cristin

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