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02-20-2011 05:51 PM
smackdaddy Hey scot - welcome to SN dude. Post your question in the Gear and Maintenance. You'll get some answers there.
02-17-2011 11:15 AM
scotfree46
New Sailors

Hello All
Susan and I have just bought our 1988 44 Beneteau in Freeport a few days ago. Had to return home for a couple months left the boat on the hard to have the bottom done and a few minor adjustments... Will return in April for a week of sailing and in June we plan to move aboard for a few years....
Have lived aboard in the past on power this will be the first on Sail.. Looking forward to the experence. Plan on heading down to the Abaco's for a while. Havent decided on a name yet. Would like to ask if anyone has used the electric wrench handles and if you would recommend. Or is an electic winch the best way to go for help with the sails.?

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