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At 9:26am on March 8, 2010, Capn Thom said…
Thanks, Lou. We're currently in a 28.5 Irwin but there's 3 of us. Planning to move to a larger vessel but not sure what.
At 12:41am on March 8, 2010, Lou Spagna said…
Bryan, I am so sorry not to have gotten back to you. We have been busy and tonight is the first time in over a month that I have checked the site. We are a Watkins 25' built in 1987 in Largo Florida near Tampa. We have 535 watts of solar panels mounted above the cockpit enclosure, a water maker, 50 watt 5 CD changer stereo and an Engel freezer, 40 gal built in water tank and an 18 hp Nissan outboard as main engine. Carry our 9.5' Avon Dinghy with 5 hp Merc in davits on the stern. Pics on this site. Specs and more are available at watkinsowners.com
At 4:22am on November 22, 2009, LOLA said…
I am a member here, and wanted to welcome you...go to my page to see about me.

have a great Thanksgiving
At 5:36pm on September 13, 2009, Tim said…
Do I know you or do you belong to a group I created here?
At 7:54am on July 25, 2009, LOLA said…
Welcome...hope you enjoy it here..many helpful sailors.
 
 
 

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