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How comfortable are you?

I thought I would start a discussion about how comfortable we women are on a sailboat. I take out some women first timers and some old time…

Started by Melissa ReneeLatest Reply

LIST YOUR HOME PORT

Please list your Home Port, so we know where each other are... example: Lola Myrtle Beach Yacht Club, Little River, SC

Started by LOLALatest Reply

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WHAT ARE YOUR Sailing plans for THIS WINTER?

I PLAN TO ENCLOSE MY COCKPIT, WITH CLEAR PLASTIC SHOWER CURTAINS FOR A TOASTY READING ROOM...WATCH FOR RESULTS. DON''T HAVE $ FOR PROFESSIO…

Started by LOLA

10 Feb 3, 2012
Reply by zeehag

Florida to New York to Bermuda to Florida

Anyone interested in a round trip from Port Canaveral to Sandy Hook to Greenport Long Island to Bermuda then back to Florida? This will be …

Started by Marlene Anne Sassaman

2 Dec 22, 2011
Reply by cptn_steve

POST PICTURES OF YOUR BOAT IN AND OUT TO SHARE

Started by LOLA

13 Dec 7, 2011
Reply by LOLA

What are your favorite things to do while on watch and off watch during long passages?

Hello Ladies! I was wondering what your favorite things to do are while on watch and off watch during long passages? For me, I think I hav…

Started by Andrea

7 Nov 30, 2011
Reply by LOLA

LIST YOUR HOME PORT

Please list your Home Port, so we know where each other are... example: Lola Myrtle Beach Yacht Club, Little River, SC

Started by LOLA

32 Sep 22, 2011
Reply by zeehag

REPAIRS ON OUR BOATS

POST PICTURES TOO IF CAN.

Started by LOLA

65 Oct 18, 2010
Reply by LOLA

why i should check and change my oil regularly....

if ya dont----this happens--guaranteeeed.....:

Started by zeehag

3 Jul 16, 2010
Reply by Steve Knight

Anchoring Tricks

Hello sister sailors. Hope to have a topic that shares anchoring tips, tricks and techniques. I'm always interested in learning how other s…

Started by Rebeccaburg

17 Jul 16, 2010
Reply by Steve Knight

Tips on Sail Trimming

Hello All! I am looking for advice on tips and tricks for sail trimming. Simple things to remember...Thanks!

Started by Andrea

7 Apr 5, 2010
Reply by LOLA

CHIT CHAT FOR OUR GROUP

A SPECIAL AREA TO SHARE

Started by LOLA

1 Dec 5, 2009
Reply by LOLA

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Edward Hart replied to Tad's discussion Stanchion holders in the group Cascade Owners Unite
"  I would be interested in stanchions."
Thursday
Edward Hart commented on S/V Compadre's group Cascade Owners Unite
" Well, after a year, work has finally started on my 29.  I found an engine. A 3GM30 Yanmar. The old Palmer gas was taken out today. In a week we will be back in the water, with a new engine. The Yanmar is a new engine never been installed…"
Thursday
Edward Hart posted a status
"Work has commenced on No Name. I found a diesel."
Thursday
Banana Wind posted a blog post

Banana Wind still LIVES!

Banana Wind still LIVES! We have her on the hard finally YEARS after IKE messed us up and are almost finished with repairs and then on to the Bottom paint. Been a LONG time since we checked in out here on Seaknots...glad to see so many are still active! Fair Winds to ALL!!See More
Wednesday
Jim Malone posted a status
"Trying to nominate JFK to the National Sailing Hall of Fame in Annapolis, Maryland"
Monday
Jim Malone posted a photo
Monday
Edward Hart commented on S/V Compadre's group Cascade Owners Unite
" Scott, I would like to have the info that you have on the 29;s I have one but I can't find the hull number. The hull was laid up in Japan 1964."
Jul 24
Mike Brown replied to sam's discussion Engine hour meter whacky in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Larry try checking the engine hour gauge at night. I noticed on mine that while I couldn't see it in broad dayloght it was lit enough to view in the dark. Mike"
Jul 23
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