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FEMALE BOAT OWNERS AND SAILORS

THIS IS A GROUP FOR US GALS, TO SHARE IN THE JOYS OF SAILING...AND THE NOT SO JOYS....POST PICTURES...SHARE TIPS...WELCOME

Members: 99
Latest Activity: Jan 9, 2019

FREE VACATION FOR LADIES IN OUR GROUP

Ladies...want a free vacation to Myrtle Beach SC?

...Here is my OFFER

Share in a day sail,or more..and teach me, so I can gain experience sailing...You must be able to Single hand,on a sailboat...and an experienced knowledgeable Sailor.... if a man must have wife or significant other along....See my boat a 30 ft Freedom on my page.....I will house you in my home, on the Marsh, in my Home 20 min. away...also minutes from Charleston SC and Wilmington NC

Info on Myrtle Beach Yacht Club :

http://www.myrtlebeachyachtclub.com/?gclid=CO_SxLncq5YCFQwuHgod5xJozA

Info on MRYTLE BEACH

http://www.myrtlebeachinfo.com/?cid=g_destination_mb

Info on CHARLESTON:


http://www.navi-gator.com/charleston/attractions/

I am retired so can sail with you anytime....Our weather is wonderful year around.

This can be a fun get together for us .Feel free to bring significant other.

Hope I hear from you......Lola

Discussion Forum

Florida to New York to Bermuda to Florida

Started by Marlene Anne Sassaman. Last reply by cptn_steve Dec 22, 2011. 2 Replies

LIST YOUR HOME PORT

Started by LOLA. Last reply by zeehag Sep 22, 2011. 32 Replies

REPAIRS ON OUR BOATS

Started by LOLA. Last reply by LOLA Oct 18, 2010. 65 Replies

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

Started by zeehag. Last reply by Steve Knight Jul 16, 2010. 3 Replies

Anchoring Tricks

Started by Rebeccaburg. Last reply by Steve Knight Jul 16, 2010. 17 Replies

Tips on Sail Trimming

Started by Andrea. Last reply by LOLA Apr 5, 2010. 7 Replies

CHIT CHAT FOR OUR GROUP

Started by LOLA. Last reply by LOLA Dec 5, 2009. 1 Reply

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Comment by LOLA on October 17, 2010 at 1:55pm
Hey Sailorgirlca,

I had my fuel tank removed and washed out, dried and put back in...and extensive engine work....last year. I only use STARTRON for my additive now
Works so smooth now. I never will use BIOBOR again as it kills the critters, but their bodies are left behind to clog....you need to decide for self, for those that disagree.

I also will post this above in the DISCUSSION ABOVE.

Thanks for the post.

I love the CS boats. Nice.
Comment by sailorgirlca on October 17, 2010 at 12:10pm
Ahoy ladies...just spent 4 days at my boat this week getting her ready for haulout up here in mid-eastern Canada......wed/thurs/fri were cold/raining but had to get all the stuff ready to haulout. Changed the engine oil, cleaned out the engine well, bilge, gave Tiehack a final scrub down and got much stuff that had to come home packed/stuffed into my car. Tiehack was hauled Friday at 1pm and despite cold/rain/slippery docks all went well. She settled in nicely into her cradle.....there are 3 sister ships close by so am sure all our CS27 designs will be happy being together this winter. Saturday although chilly but sunny got the engine winterized, etc, etc. Will need one more trip down there to remove the stanchions, set up the 2X4 struts and then tarp her off for the winter.
One of the many professional engine repairs I had done by a diesel mechan in the spring was to have the fuel tank drained/cleaned.....among the other things done this really made a huge difference .....was very pleased how smoothly the engine ran this year !!! Anyone want to discuss boats, maintenance, sailing issues.......let's here from you.......will help as I can.......dianne
Comment by sailorgirlca on October 9, 2010 at 4:11pm
Seems I just got my boat launched/organized & it's that time up here to pull it apart again. Thursday unstepped the mast, got all the standing rigging off/organized/spreaders removed. Friday got it wrapped in black plastic for winter protection. That was a challenge as winds coming off L. Ontario were over 30mph. My baby gets hauled on the 15th...still a long to do list but somehow it seems to get done.....
Comment by LOLA on October 9, 2010 at 5:52am
WELCOME all new members of our group.

See our DUSCUSSIONS above. Can you add to those?

Fall weather is beautiful here in N and SC.
Comment by LOLA on July 3, 2010 at 11:31pm
CONGRATULATIONS
Comment by sailorgirlca on July 3, 2010 at 11:27pm
Finally got my boat launched last week, yesterday Liv and Wilf came down to help me do the furling gear/mast/sails on......she now looks like a sailboat again.....it took a lot of frustration to get to this point, I am usually sailing before the end of May up here .....but it's done and I am one happy gal.
Comment by LOLA on June 22, 2010 at 1:54pm
Great to have you Jodi
Comment by Jodi on June 22, 2010 at 10:31am
Welcome..this is a great site with great people!!
Comment by LOLA on June 15, 2010 at 5:19pm
Anyone interested in hand painted T Shirts? See my recent photos. #1,2 and 3, are women's Medium...I can make repeats, but will vary. I am starting some on dark colors, in Lg,X Lg. I am offering these here on Seaknots, and not a T shirt business. They can be an abstract of your boat and with name if desire.
Hand painted..washable..$20 Larger sizes $25. I'm still paying on the Yanmar...donations are fine too.
Comment by Melissa Renee on June 15, 2010 at 3:52pm
Glad to hear you all had a great time! Sailing is best when sailing with friends and other boats. Hope everyone has a great season!
 

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