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  1. General Discussion - Sailing Related
    A college buddy just reached out to me, a friend of his has a 50' sailboat on the Atlantic, wants to bring it home to Santa Barbara. My friend thought of me since I took him sailing in SB about 30 years ago. My friend was sold a bill of goods that this would be a fun 2 week trip. I told my...
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    Need a Yanmar 2QM18 impeller housing rebuilt, for some reason it quit pulling water?
  3. SPRINGFIELD, Va., April 14, 2021 -- Of the nation's nearly 12 million registered recreational boats, those owners who federally document their vessels, or about 165,000 boats, will be spared the hassle of renewing their U.S. Coast Guard Certificate of Documentation every year as a result of...
  4. Well, the title says it all. I am not sure if gunkholing is the right term here though; let's say for enjoying every bit of the Bahamas and such shallow waters. By the way, hi, good to be here.
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    The last iteration of this thread is far enough in the past that I think it is worth firing up a new cycle The rules are relatively simple: The current thread "owner" posts a picture that they have taken (preferred), or one that they haven't taken but which has no copyright issues (e.g. public...
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