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|04-08-2008 11:34 PM|
|Bimmeroa||(Of course there's always room for improvement!)|
|04-07-2008 04:48 PM|
My goals for this summer are:
Sell our Ericson 29
Buy a Hobie 18.
Anyone selling an 18??
|04-07-2008 04:39 PM|
My goals may or may not be so lofty.
|04-07-2008 04:30 PM|
I have been working on it a couple years now but my goal is to have my boat completely rigged for single handed sailing this year (includes practice) because next year I hope to retire and sail a lot more.
I just got the Snapfurler on and will next tackle the lazy jacks and then should be good to go. Autohelm & lines aft were last year.
What a great way to spend money!
|04-07-2008 03:47 PM|
|Waugh||My goals are to get the boat in water and learn how to sail it.|
|04-07-2008 03:04 PM|
for me the goals are:
1.- learn to fly the chute
2.- keep racing the Flying Tern Class (just won 2nd place this past weekend)
3.- Have fun, and enjoy my family and the boats
4.- keep the boat good looking and well maintened, projects will come as imagination keeps working
5.- Do our first overnight on the water
|04-07-2008 02:35 PM|
No I'm not a broker, but I do love the old Hinckley classics. I owned a Pilot 35 for ten years and now own a B40 sloop. Good luck with your boat search.
|04-07-2008 02:22 PM|
Not exactly sure which model it was, since the topsides were shrinkwrapped. We were not there to inspect boat interiors, just driving through the yard after doing some work on my old boat - which is on the hard at NEB, next yard north of Little Harbor.
It appeared to be a 35' - 36', maybe a late 60's Hinckley Pilot Yawl? Not even sure if it was for sale; she was a very pretty girl though and my wife agreed.
Let me guess - you're a broker for Hinckley or Little Harbor? (g)
|04-07-2008 02:18 PM|
First full season with a new boat
Two goals for this season:
|04-07-2008 02:03 PM|
Which classic Hinckley model were you looking at ?
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