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Does anyone use this list anymore?

What other bulletin boards are you using (if any) for your sailing information?

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1. what to take to the boat
2. what to buy for the boat when in town
3. a backup list of the above in case I forget the original list.
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What lists are you using (if any)?
not much anymore - my yahoo group has limited activity for the s2 27 users, but that's because number of owners are far/few.

when i owned a Tanzer 22, the yahoo group was very active.
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Don't use them anymore...My wife remembered something to add to the sailing list at 3 am, she got out of bed in the dark tripped and broke her foot!!!
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Well, this bulletin board seems to be dead, since there have been no posts in over five weeks...so I ask again (with clarification of what I was asking in my original post):

What other bulletin boards are you using (if any) for your sailing information?
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Do you mean information specific to S2's or just information in general?
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To answer your question, I guess it depends on what it is you need to know.
I read Sailnet on a fairly regular basis, and I do post various questions on occasion, and I usually get good answers. There might not be a whole lot of activity within the S2 forum itself, but Sailnet overall is pretty active, and is usually a pretty good source of information for general interest sailing related topics. Most things I need to know would apply to any make or model, so I wouldn't post them here in the S2 forum. My boat has a saildrive engine, so when I have a saildrive question I post them on the Yahoo saildrive owner's group board rather than here because that seems to be a better source of information for that specific topic. I know there are many other internet forums out there, some are geared more towards cruising, or racing or whatever. If you could tells us a little more about what it is you need to know, I am sure someone would try to point you in the right direction.
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this is the most active I believe, at least for S2 owners
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