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Topic Review (Newest First)
01-03-2002 05:28 PM
kimberlite
st thomas to new york

kevin,
i misplaced your phone number !!
please e-mail it back channel kimberlt@optonline.net

i will be at frenchmans reef tueday night for a few days
please call me
eric freedman
12-25-2001 04:11 PM
kimberlite
st thomas to new york

ernie,
i am still interviewing for one crew space.
please e-mail me directly kimberlt@optonline.net
thanks
eric
12-25-2001 03:21 PM
Ernst
st thomas to new york

Eric,

Still looking for crew come the end of April? Ernie
12-25-2001 02:04 PM
VIEXILE
st thomas to new york

I think it''s (carnivale) always the last week of April, but I''ll have to check . . .oh, man, I''m starting to get off on the tryptophane . . . time for a turkey nap...
12-24-2001 01:23 PM
kimberlite
st thomas to new york

what are the dates of carnivale this year??
eric
12-24-2001 06:18 AM
VIEXILE
st thomas to new york

I''ll be night stalking the north coast of the DR and south coast of PR. I figure we should be able to sail close hauled through the Bahamas. It''ll probably be the only time I can take the time to do the entire chain. I can also leave the boat in Luperon DR or Boqueron PR if necessary, and come back home and watch for a norther....in any event, the trip will be under little or no pressure in late April/May. After being in a Carnivale troupe last year, it''s probably better if I''m off-island during Carnivale. KW
12-21-2001 09:21 PM
kimberlite
st thomas to new york

kw,
did you everead the book "gentlemen don''t sail to weather"?
eric
12-21-2001 10:31 AM
VIEXILE
st thomas to new york

Going the wrong direction from Florida. The boat is in Maine until April, then it''ll get trucked to Hurricane Cove in Miami, splashed, I''ll rerig the main mast, put on the new Schaefer furler I just ordered from hearabouts, throw on some new running rigging, torque the headbolts, change the oil, load up with groceries and begin the journey home.....is there any ciguatera in the Bahamas? Where do I find out what I can eat for fish? KW
12-20-2001 06:51 PM
kimberlite
st thomas to new york

pete,
i believe the important things on a pasage are:
1 playing well with others and doing your share
2 being nimble and light on your feet
3 a good sense of humor
4 knowing how to sail
5 having some heavy weather experience.

blue water sailing is just coastal sailing a litter farther away.
eric kimberlt@optonline.net
12-20-2001 06:50 PM
kimberlite
st thomas to new york

pete,
i believe the important things on a pasage are:
1 playing well with others and doing your share
2 being nimble and light on your feet
3 a good sense of humor
4 knowing how to sail
5 having some heavy weather experience.

blue water sailing is just coastal sailing a litter farther away.
eric kimberlt@optonline.net
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