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Started this discussion. Last reply by Charles Wood Jun 26, 2008. 7 Replies

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West Coast British Columbia
About Me:
I am an avid outdoorsman that sails for fun on my Capri 25 race boat.
Now with the new custom Dodger I have room to stand and enjoy. For fun I get on my Laser 1 and have a blast.
During the winter months I work part time as a snow-cat ski guide.
Somewhere between seasons I do work as a Paramedic inVancouver,BC
Current location:
New Westminster BC
Destinations visited:
I have sailed throughout the Inside Passages coastal BC, Lake Okanagan, and a wee bit of eastern Canada.
I have crewed from Nassau to Provo in the Turks/Caicos and return.
Looking to:
Sailing on the Caribbean side of Panama to ports unknown in the Caribe.

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At 12:09pm on October 6, 2012, Amelia said…

Hello dear,I'm Amelia by name,I have something very important to discuss with you,please kindly email be back( will be waiting to hear from you soon.Thanks

At 10:31pm on May 13, 2008, Charles Wood said…
I found the email and sent it to your gmail account.
At 10:28pm on May 13, 2008, Charles Wood said…
hey again Felicia,
bummer, darn cyber space.
i will look for it and try again...and to answer your Q's.
warming up here for the long weekend, i have been sailing both on my Capri 25 and my Laser 1. No swimming yet but soon.
i am a racer a heart but do not race my boat as I did in the past.
i crew for others now and sail for fun, fast fun. Put a custom Dodger on my boat to give some head room. Way more weight on my boat now as I learn to cruise.
I just came back from crewing through the Bahama chain from Nassau to Provodencial(Provo) in the Turks/Caicos on a 12m trimaran. Good fast sailing, my skipper was a nut bar and i got off the boat in Provo.
I returned to Nassau on a 12m Americas Cup race boat that was going there to be worked as a tourist day sail boat.
Looking forward to a regatta this weekend on a Dash 34.
sail you later,
At 4:36pm on May 13, 2008, flea said…
Hey Charles,

I didn't get the message you sent to my email:

At 9:59pm on May 11, 2008, flea said…
Hi Charles,

It's cold up there, is it starting to warm up yet?
So, are you a racer?
Some of my friends race.
email me here:

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