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10-27-2008 01:16 AM
chall03 Hi guys welcome and best of luck. There is a wealth of knowledge on here.
10-26-2008 05:50 PM
teshannon Welcome to Sailnet Chris and Cindy, glad you joined.
10-26-2008 05:33 PM
SailorMitch Welcome--just stay out of the Off Topic category and you'll be fine.
10-26-2008 03:28 PM
PBzeer Welcome aboard and best of luck to you.
10-26-2008 01:48 PM
Just Joined


This is Chris and Cindy, we are both old sailors returning - we both used to sail as youngsters, Chris mainly inshore on lakes in England and Cindi, somewhat larger around the China Seas.

We were given a 14ft catamaran by a friend, which started us sailing again, now we have added to this with a Capri 25, which we found by accident.

The plan is to rejuvenate her and race against some friends of ours that already have one.

She hadn't been sailed in a number of years, but came with an amazing collection of sails and equipment, we are in the process of learning what parts belong where so as to speak.

Hopefully our sailing terminology will improve as we remember long forgotton words... and find new freinds.

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