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Ronald Bergeron
  • 67, Male
  • gulfshores,alabama
  • United States
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welcome to the wanderer II

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carlene and Ronald Bergeron are now friends
Dec 28, 2009

Profile Information

Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Gulfshores ,AL.
About Me:
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
Current location:
Gulfshores
Destinations visited:
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
Looking to:
to find others one day to take a group cruise

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Kevin Kirkendoll updated their profile
yesterday
Luis Vieira de Sá replied to sail abroad's discussion Kanzaki KM35P dipstick length? in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Hello, I am sorry not being able to tell you the measurement you need as I am very far from my boat. Once, I ordered one from a dealer and the piece was longer than the original one, so I returned instead of cutting it. Note that the hight mark is…"
Thursday
John Hanrahan posted a status
"I am in Riviera Beach Florida looking for someone to make me a new bimini, anyone have suggestions. All the suppliers are very busy. John"
Nov 28
GaryG added a discussion to the group Beneteau 40 & 43
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adjustable jib sheet leads

I am considering a new jib for my B40.  To improve light air performance, I may go to 145% or 150% which means I will need to be able to reef more easily as the wind pipes up.  Has anyone added adjustable jib sheet tracks?See More
Nov 27
Kevin Kirkendoll posted a discussion

Wooden mast repair

Good day. Does anyone have any experience repairs boxed construction wooden mast? Thanks.
Nov 22
Kevin Kirkendoll left a comment for Mike Eberhard
"Hey, you still kicking? Haven't been on this site in years."
Nov 22
John Hanrahan left a comment for Mike Brown
"Hi Mike, Are you heading to the Bahamas?  I am in Green Turtle getting ready to launch and sailing to Riviera Beach to install solar and new batteries, then back to the Bahamas. Hope to catch up to you this year. I am just changing my shaft…"
Nov 5
John Hanrahan posted a discussion

Cutlass Replacement

I am in the Bahamas and need to replace my cutlass bearing.  I have been able to access the right size but it is bronze with rubber interior unlike the Beneteau which is all rubber. Has anyone replaced their bearing with anything other than Beneteau.JohnSee More
Nov 5
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