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01-04-2002 05:22 PM
sailing us virgin islands

this coming wednesday.
see ya.
01-04-2002 01:48 PM
sailing us virgin islands

Kimberlite: what wednesday??
01-03-2002 05:06 PM
sailing us virgin islands

i found the thread !!
i will be at frenchmans reef for a few days starting wednesday then off to the bvi''s and peter island.
please call me or drop by in the afternoons i''ll either be at the boat, the hotel , or mollys.
fair winds
12-23-2001 03:56 PM
sailing us virgin islands

12-11-2001 06:12 PM
sailing us virgin islands

if crs doesn''t set in i will give you a call
when i get in
12-11-2001 03:15 AM
sailing us virgin islands

Kevin Weatherbee, 774-5480, or the phone book. Happy holidays.
12-10-2001 04:19 PM
sailing us virgin islands

sounds good,
my name is eric freedman
phone # is 631-423-2038
where should i call you when i get to stt?
12-10-2001 04:01 PM
sailing us virgin islands

My comments about cruising and cruising boats are based on actual time at sea-there are no books which are substitutes.Our boat,
one of the first in the U.S built of balsa core has spent 33 years bouncing around the worlds oceans and seas.No soft spots no leaks very quiet inside and does not sweat.It also has not had a single blister.See if you can theroize any better construction!!!
12-10-2001 03:33 PM
sailing us virgin islands

CW=Cruising World advertiseragazine. Frank charges WAY too much for everything at Molly''s. Maybe Sopchoppys or Bottoms Up - or my home court of Sibs, Hull Bay Hideaway or Skinny Legs. I''ll drive. KW
12-10-2001 11:39 AM
sailing us virgin islands

sorry about your truck.
what''s a cw?
would you like to get together for a beer at mollys when i come down?
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