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Brian Allison
  • 46, Male
  • Seabrook, TX
  • United States Minor Outlying Islands
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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Seabrook, TX
About Me:
My name is Brian and just aquired a Morgan 41 O/I about eight months ago. The boats name is "Clouds Penthouse". It belonged to my grandad George Cloud- Thus the name "Clouds Penthouse". He passed away 2 years ago and I have taken over the vessle. I had the oppertunity to spend a summer in the Florida Keys and the Bahamas when I was eleven, and many years in Seabrook and Galveston Bay. I have alot of restoration work to do, but i'm enjoying every minute of it!
Current location:
Seabrook, Texas
Destinations visited:
Florida Keys and the Bahamas
Looking to:
I am looking to get advise and encouragement through this big project I have ahead of me.

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At 12:06am on November 8, 2008, Ladye said…
Hi, you might want to join Galveston Bay & Texas Coastal Sailors Group to meet and share info with others in our area.
At 8:43pm on July 8, 2008, Tom Ryals said…
Hey. Brian. Used to live in Texas - Holly Lake, near Tyler. Why don't we take off for the Caribbean and just stay there - the Grenadines six months, the BVI for six months? That last photo was made for me.
At 5:43am on June 28, 2008, LOLA said…
Welcome Brian, I just got my boat too...I'm a real novice...a lot to learn...I will take lessons..be in touch and good luck...Lola
 
 
 

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"Thanks Mike, good advice which I will follow."
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