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Hi I am Greg and My wife is Joanie. We own a 34' phoenix ("Miss Joanie" in orange Beach,AL.) and really enjoy our time on the water. Lately, however, we have found ourselves talking more and more about switching over to a sailboat. Neither of us have had any experience or desire to sail, in the past, but this may be our start.

I will be lurking, and may ask a dumb question or twelve. We are just trying to decide on if this is the right move for us.
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Re: Strange Curiosities

A sailboat and a power boat meet on the water. The power boat is going somewhere special. The sailboat is already there.

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In a powerboat, it's all about the destination. In a sailboat, It's all about the journey. I too started out as a powerboater before I saw the light.
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Go take a week long liveaboard course, such as OffShore Sailing School's, Fast Track to Cruising. You'll become a competent fair weather coastal sailor in one week and you'll both know if its for you.
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