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Bob Sims
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  • Mount Holly, NJ
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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Worton, MD
About Me:
Chesapeake Bay Sailor
Electrical Engineer, Philly
U.S. Merchant Marine Officer -Master 50 GT Inland Water; Boston, MA
Current location:
Worton, MD
Destinations visited:
Chesapeake Bay
Delaware Bay
BVI
USVI
Leeward Islands
Looking to:
Live Slow Sail Fast

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At 3:46pm on April 15, 2009, Terri said…
Sound's like you've had some adventures! Really enjoyed your pictures.
At 11:01am on April 12, 2009, Mike Brown said…
Glad you like it. Unlike facebook this is focused just on boating.
At 8:26am on April 9, 2009, Mike Brown said…
Hey Bob, glad to see you signed up. Love your pics from the trip. See you this weekend.
 
 
 

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