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  1. Cruising & Liveaboard Forum
    Hi everyone, So I am starting a new thread in light of the closing of my last one "Watkins 27 Thoughts and advice". Unfortunately the Watkins I was looking at was scraped and I wasn't able to get her. On the bright side; I can now pursue a vessel that offers blue water sailing...
  2. Boat Review Forum
    Hi All, I'm new here but have been following some of the threads for the last couple of weeks and find these forums to be very informative. As I begin my search for a cruiser in the 38' to 42' range I've thought about putting together some sort of spreadsheet of things I want on the boat and how...
  3. General Discussion - Sailing Related
    I want to take a trip in a couple years down the ICW and the Caribbean to Trinidad and Tobago. I will have two sailors accompany me on this journey. I know a lot about the Albin Vega, but have heard many people sing the praises of Pearson Triton 28. I can obtain both for about the same $$ so...
  4. Please Introduce Yourself
    Hello Sailnet Community, I am new to the site. I am also new to being a liveaboard. In April I bought my first Sailboat, a 1978 29' C&C. After viewing several for sale I decided this was the boat for me. Low hours on the engine, updated interior, roller furling genoa, etc. The reason for...
  5. Please Introduce Yourself
    After years looking for, and getting, information from users, I want to share my own. Bought a Bavaria Cruiser 45 (the new Farr design) this year, and got a blog started with challenges and experiences as a owner of mainly Bavaria and Raymarine equipment, at http://bavariacruiser.blog.com
  6. Boat Review Forum
    Together with two of my friends we are planing to buy a boat about 43-51 feet long, with the main purpose to sail in Mediterranean but also capable for make ocean passage occasionally (ARC). We are not going to live on a boat just speed there few weeks a year mainly in Med. Since only I'm a...
  7. Learning to Sail
    Hi there, I just bought a Camper Nicholson 33 3/4 Ton (thought it was a 345 when I first posted). Anyhow, this is alot of boat compared to my Coronado 27. Sailing the Coronado was so simple, this new boat though, has so much more "stuff". For example, I'm used to a simple whisker pole. This...
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