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  1. Tartan
    Hi: Sadly our Tartan 42 must go - as we are moving to a trawler. This elegant Sparkman & Stephens design is the 3-cabin racer-cruiser version of the lighter, more spartan T41. Link for pictures: http://tinyurl.com/2v49znp There are 8 berths, 6 with lee cloths, (though we used the forepeak for...
  2. Boat Review and Purchase Forum
    Hypothetical at this time... assuming equally good condition and price, which would you pick over the other, if offshore sailing were part of your plans? - and why? I can certainly think of other boats that I would rate higher for offshore but (insert some saying about if wishes were horses)...
  3. Crew Wanted/Available
    UPDATE 4/20: AIRFARES NOW INCLUDED I have permission to pay reasonable airfares to Bermuda and from Newport RI. Hi all - I have secured a delivery from Bermuda to Newport RI. Oyster 53, safe and sound. Makes trips south and north every year. Passage will be approximately 4-5 days, plus 1...
  4. Crew Wanted/Available
    Hi - I have secured the delivery of a Hylas 56 cutter, from Miami FL to the Virgin Islands. Trip details: 2011 Hylas 56, in great shape with all the electronic toys Scheduled departure date 3/15 but dependent upon weather, of course Route is straight shot: East until 65W, then south to the...
  5. Crew Wanted/Available
    Great Captain Available - 50,000 miles and 36 years experience! Hi - I am a topnotch yacht captain, having sailed charter and private yachts for nearly 50,000 miles over 36 years, cruising the entire Eastern Caribbean, the Bahamas, most of the U.S. east coast, and half of the Pacific…always...
  6. Gear & Maintenance
    So in preparing my boat for the first passage im ever going to make in the mighty ocean ive been researching various modifications and i came across a site with a fellow with a coribee who sailed it all the way to greenland from somewhere in europe and it seems like he had two very easy but...
  7. Boat Review and Purchase 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...
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