my wife and I own a 1978 custom built (brown design ) trimaran named wanderer II . She's a dream to sail and tough as nails , I've rode every hurricane out onboard since and including Ivan . we ended up 14 ft above sea level on that one . I was a maritime engineer for 20 years and just can't stay off the water . well I guess I've run my keys enough later . Ron
just local fishing and fun on the Wanderer , but lots of ports from alaska to brazil to africa and maine as an engineer . plus my time in Vietnam on the USS Chicago CG 11 westpac '66-'68
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I own "Transcendence" a Cascade 36, Hull number 19 and still going strong.
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