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Re: 2017 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

Thanks Shawn. Though if I were tough, the rib would not have broken - I would have just bounced off the lazerette and opened a beer. Headed for the boat to hang up some for sale signs this morning then to the Doc In A Box to get some x-rays. Still hurts like hell.

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Do they deliver to two people on a boat with the "taxi" ? What are the requirements? We rarely take a mooring in the harbor . Maybe I can drop Donna off on a fly by at the town dock and hang out and pick her up. We've done that before for sushi and then found a quiet creek to eat it��������������
To be sure I just called the Dock St location - they do deliver meals to boats on and around the Annapolis moorings, but the delivery RIB is in the shop right now. It may be back in service for the weekend, phone to check or order is 443 221 4731. I imagine if you timed it right you could order on the way in and pick up while turning around in Ego Alley.
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We had a great sail on Sunday with good winds, out to Tilgman, Poplar, West River and back to Herring Bay. We developed a split in our furling main sail just behind the webbing at the sun guard. Anyone have a favorite sail loft near Deale/Annapolis?

I went through the exercise of titling the used dinghy we bought today. It did not have a title, but I had the original owners receipt from St. Martin and a bill of sale. Apparently the magic words, as I was instructed, were "the dinghy was not powered before I bought it." Title is in hand.

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We had a great sail on Sunday with good winds, out to Tilgman, Poplar, West River and back to Herring Bay. We developed a split in our furling main sail just behind the webbing at the sun guard. Anyone have a favorite sail loft near Deale/Annapolis?

I went through the exercise of titling the used dinghy we bought today. It did not have a title, but I had the original owners receipt from St. Martin and a bill of sale. Apparently the magic words, as I was instructed, were "the dinghy was not powered before I bought it." Title is in hand.

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Bummer about the sail - you could try Chesapeake Sailmakers - local loft in Annapolis. Chuck O'Malley is the owner/manager. We worked with him to get our new sails, and they also took care of an old sail that we started out with as it came with our boat. Chesapeake Sailmakers, Sail Repair,Annapolis
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Re: 2017 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

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Is it small enough to be hand stitched?

Or better yet buy a Sailrite machine so you don't have to use the loft anymore in the future. Also can take it cruising with you. All sail lofts are expensive


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We had a great sail on Sunday with good winds, out to Tilgman, Poplar, West River and back to Herring Bay. We developed a split in our furling main sail just behind the webbing at the sun guard. Anyone have a favorite sail loft near Deale/Annapolis?

I went through the exercise of titling the used dinghy we bought today. It did not have a title, but I had the original owners receipt from St. Martin and a bill of sale. Apparently the magic words, as I was instructed, were "the dinghy was not powered before I bought it." Title is in hand.

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Also you have canvas makers ar HH. They can also repair it. Probably quicker and cheaper


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Thanks for the sail loft recommendations!

The folks at Canvas Connection at HHN are taking a look. Quantum will get the work if she think it is too much for her shop; I've used them in the VI. This is more than just a small tear and it is just forward of the reinforced clew, as much fun as the Sailrite suggestion would be.

This is the original Neil Pryde sail, but was cleaned and checked in March at Ullman in Deltaville. I was planning on buying a new 110% genoa next year and evaluating the roller furling main. I was happy with the Neil Pryde main we bought for our boat in the Caribbean, but its a simple sail and I'm sure a local company could make it just as well.

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On the sail repair, Christine at Canvas Connection is comfortable doing the work for $125.

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Re: 2017 Sailing Season on the Chesapeake

Looks like a dreary but cool weekend to sail North South on the bay... East Winds Saturday West winds Sunday... I'm thinking possibly Wye or Chester... anyone is in the area we could do cocktail and hors d'oeuvres Saturday or Sunday. Raft up of dingy to the biggest boat?

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Thanks for the sail loft recommendations!

The folks at Canvas Connection at HHN are taking a look. Quantum will get the work if she think it is too much for her shop; I've used them in the VI. This is more than just a small tear and it is just forward of the reinforced clew, as much fun as the Sailrite suggestion would be.

This is the original Neil Pryde sail, but was cleaned and checked in March at Ullman in Deltaville. I was planning on buying a new 110% genoa next year and evaluating the roller furling main. I was happy with the Neil Pryde main we bought for our boat in the Caribbean, but its a simple sail and I'm sure a local company could make it just as well.

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We got our sails from Jerry Lattell when we were sailing in Deltaville. For minor repairs he suggested the Ullman loft in Annapolis, and I've been very happy with them. Our sails will go to them for some restitching this offseason.

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