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03-05-2013 07:30 PM
bljones
Re: Hello All

Welcome aboard.
23' is big enough. Not big, but big enough. My wife and i and assorted dogs have been doing it every summer for the last five years.
03-05-2013 11:11 AM
jimgo
Re: Hello All

Should be interesting to see the pictures! Welcome aboard!
03-05-2013 10:38 AM
imprettysimple
Re: Hello All

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Originally Posted by Lake Superior Sailor View Post
Welcome aboard! So are you plannig on redoing the Irwin , & if so how? Will you sail her or use the iron jib? Comming from a RV has got to be an advantage,your used to tight!....Dale
Hey and hope all is well on your end. I will post some pics in the next few days. But a quick "what i have done" is removed the mast and am solely powered by a 20 hp outboard on a bracket. I had a mini tower built over the cabin area which is roughly 5' tall and on top is a little mini trampoline lay out area and below that is where i keep my kayak. It's definitely been a plus coming from the RV.
03-05-2013 10:25 AM
joeybkcmo
Re: Hello All

Sounds like a plan, look forward to following your posts
03-05-2013 10:20 AM
Lake Superior Sailor
Re: Hello All

Welcome aboard! So are you plannig on redoing the Irwin , & if so how? Will you sail her or use the iron jib? Comming from a RV has got to be an advantage,your used to tight!....Dale
03-05-2013 09:54 AM
chucklesR
Re: Hello All

Howdy fellow Irwin owner.
Hang around, good info here irwinsailboats : Irwin Sailboat Owners
03-05-2013 09:06 AM
imprettysimple
Hello All

New here so hello all!!!
As with many of you I'm here because I love the water and am planing a life long dream,very soon I hope. I have been down sizing for a few years now and love it. Currently live in a Rv full time but my goal is to get rid of that as well and live aboard my 23 ft Irwin and work my way up and down the ICW. I know a 23 ft??? might not be big enough for some but I'm a minimalist so should be fine. I truly be leave less is more!!! The boat is a tad bit unique as it's not a sailor anymore I have converted it to a river cruiser. I know the true sailors hate when a sailboat gets defaced and I totally respect that but I truly love a sailboat just don't know what to do with one when the sail is up, so please don't hate me for that....LOL. The input and post on this site are awesome and is very apparent it's from people with the same passion I have so i welcome any and all of your advise. Thanks and sail on.....

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