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10-07-2008 03:35 AM
sasfish
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Originally Posted by davidpm View Post
I've learned something from you already. Never heard of a Sundeer before. Just looked it up on yachtworld. Only two listed, 56' and 60'. What are you looking for exactly? After 63,000 miles I suspect you may have an opinion or two.
Looking at the 60. The sundeer is becomming old news like the santa cruz 52's and the like but its in the price range. There are pleanty of good boats out there but this one feels right and I think that counts for alot concidering how much time we speand on them. If I can help in any way please feel free to e-mail.

PS my other fav at the moment is the new Amel 52 super maramu
10-07-2008 12:32 AM
jrd22 Howdy Sasfish, welcome aboard. Looking forward to hearing about some of your travels.

John
10-07-2008 12:06 AM
davidpm I've learned something from you already. Never heard of a Sundeer before. Just looked it up on yachtworld. Only two listed, 56' and 60'. What are you looking for exactly? After 63,000 miles I suspect you may have an opinion or two.
10-06-2008 09:33 PM
CharlieCobra Welcome aboard.
10-06-2008 09:31 PM
sasfish
Soory should have done this first

Hi and thanks for having me. I am an American living in Australia. I have been sailing the oceans of the world now for 24 years. I started in the Santa cruz harbour back in 82. I have spent time in almost every major port in the us, exapt those to far north. My last trip was a three year New Zealand to fiji , far north queensland Australia and down from lizard to sydney. Most of my sailing around 63,000 has been single handed but I now have a wife and two kids, it happens too the best of us. We have sold the steel 37 footer and are now looking for a suitable family cruiser, a Sundeer or maybe a cat.

PS. You will ofcoarse note that my spelling and grammer is not quite up to scrach; this will grow on you, If not sorry but my brain see's letters in a diferant way and it has my whole life. Peace and fair winds to ya all

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