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I saw these. This is at the north end of the island next to the marina. Ellen from sailsamal has her boat there

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I am off to the boat for a cold one. I''ll be back online Monday. I'll PM you with my e-mail....i2f
I just placed a bid on a 1980 Spirit Sloop 28. Its one of those boats that people didnt pay their slip fee's and the marina repo's the boat. The auction ends Sept 6th. Keeping my fingers crossed.
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I just got back from a 2 month visit,I would love to have my boat there but am unsure about the philippines regulations about visiting boaters,also unsure about the trans pacific passage,from what I saw I can't figure out why theres not more american sailors there,its such a great place!
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I believe the American Govt. has scared the hell out of Americans, and possibly other governments too. Just stay away from certain areas. We do the same thing in America too. We have our hot spots for murders, and being robbed.

Unless Ben Franklin bills start falling out of the sky immediatley. I will probably start for the Phils at Christmas. As far as getting there it's amatter of following the beaten path from the Marqueses to Palau, and up into Davao......i2f
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I quit work a month ago, so I am falling behind on my schedule. Feb. to late April is what I am looking at now. Actually April provides the best weather to leave N.E. Florida........i2f
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