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|05-12-2008 11:18 PM|
Well I should have said satisfying rather than fun, but I am looking forward to fixing it up
|05-12-2008 10:58 PM|
|denby||Welcome aboard DePlano|
|05-12-2008 10:24 PM|
Glad you bought a boat but sorry to hear that its not what you expected. I am also new to Sailnet. We live in Melbourne, Australia. Couldn't find the boat we want so we went online and bought a Catalina 36Mk11 with just pics and a surveyor's report from Florida,USA We are lucky that we got a nicest person for a previous owner.
Mizan was what we wanted and we loved every minute of it.
|05-12-2008 09:47 PM|
Welcome!... Sorry about the boat.. It will all come out right in the end, I'm sure.
The only thing worse than a boat that is causing you problems, is not having one at all.
|05-12-2008 03:34 PM|
Originally Posted by merlin2375 View Post
|05-12-2008 03:23 PM|
|teshannon||Welcome to Sailnet and good luck with the Tempest.|
|05-12-2008 03:14 PM|
|merlin2375||Welcome aboard, any pictures of the Tempest? Did you have a survey done? Good luck on your future projects!|
|05-12-2008 03:01 PM|
Figured I would introduce myself.
I live in N. California, near Eureka. I bought a International Tempest a little over a week ago. Turns out I bought a can of worms. I am going to have to take the thing apart and redo just about everything on it, so be prepared for a bunch of questions on that.
Because of my lack of judgement on that I am thinking of buying another dingy or cat to "mess about" in. Mainly just to remind myself why I am working on the Tempest, and partly to have something easier to drop in the lagoons and bay by myself to get practice.
I have a little bit of experience, but if asked I would probably just say none just so I would avoid having someone think I misrepresented myself.
That is a quicky rundown about me