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11-02-2012 02:47 AM
NoDogue
Re: Hello

Welcome aboard.
10-30-2012 04:32 PM
St Anna Welcome to sn and enjoy your yacht.:-)
10-30-2012 10:27 AM
lodds
Hello

Just thought I'd stop by and say hello. I live in the UK and have just purchased a Westerly Centaur. Got my first boat when I was about 25 some 35 years ago. Most have been power nothing big just run arounds really. My introduction to sail was quiet late in life really, early 2000's went on holiday to Barbados. Decided to go on a cat trip up the coast, and when the main was hoisted and i looked up, I was hooked. I have been on a couple of flotilla holidays in Greece and the BVI since then. I have tried for years to get a real boat where you can stand up in if you're taller than 4'3" saw the Centaur read the reviews and that was the long and short of it. Nearly got an Anderson 22 but as there was no easy way of getting forward I decided to pull out as for me it was a bit dangerous in any sort of sea. Hoping to pick your brains over the months and hopefully contribute something at sometime.

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