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Jomthien, Thailand
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An American living in Thailand the past 17 years. Regional Director for medical products company. Sailed in Newport Beach aboard a Freedom 38 sailboat I lived on for 7 years in the 80's. Now I have a Freedom 30. I sail the top of the Gulf of Thailand on weekend cruises.
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At 7:53pm on May 31, 2012, LOLA said…

Douglas,  I haven't heard from you for awhile.  How are you doing with the boat.  I just had Auto Pilot put on , but the compass is too close to wireing so have to move.  I had new canvas enclosure put on...really like that.  Let me here from you.

At 12:34pm on November 24, 2009, LOLA gave Douglas Domurat a gift
Thanks for all the good advice
At 7:12pm on October 5, 2009, LOLA said…
Hi Douglas,

How have you been?

Did you know there is a GROUP called Sailing in Thailand...?go look.
At 11:54am on March 26, 2009, LOLA said…
Douglas see the discussion where a man got murdered on his boat off your coast...Discussion on Seaknots

Be careful
At 8:28am on February 21, 2009, LOLA said…
I sent you an email, after I read your log.

We sure have GREAT boats.
At 5:37pm on February 16, 2009, LOLA said…
Hi Doug,

You been sailing much?
Hey tell me where are you putting your 4 decals? I was going to get 2...but maybe I should get 4

Your friend , Lola
At 2:31pm on February 4, 2009, James said…
As you know we are shopping for a new Freedom. The Mull 36/38 and Pedrick 35 are the ones we are looking at now. They are both a bit out of the budget range once we factor in shipping and bringing everthing up to our desired level. Since you have owned both a Mull 36/38 and now a Mull 30/32, maybe you can give me some insight. Will the 30.32 work for us based on the following needs?
Keep at our slip on Shelter Island and use on the weedends and 3 to 4 day stays on a regular basis.
Sail/motor to Catalina and stay for a week or two.
While there is just two of us, how is the cockpit and salon when entertaining a total of 6 people?

Here are my concerns.
The galley is too small and there is little storage.
The forward cabin seems tight. If we got a 30, we would most likely use the aft cabin.

So, what sacrafices did you have to make moving down from a 36 to a 30?


At 2:58pm on February 1, 2009, James said…
Doug, I bought my Freedom 42 in San Diego in 1993. I used a broker named Mason Starring and I belive he worked for Soutwestern Yachts. Never met the previous owner, but I believe he was in the software industry.

Charted the boat in San Diego for about a year and a half before moving abourd full time in late 1994. After cruisng for several years, sold her in 1998 to a pilot who flew for Soutwest Airlines.

I had a great time outfitting her. Added holding plate refridgeration, a water maker and may other upgrades.
At 8:28pm on January 16, 2009, h said…

I have added a group called "Sailing in Thailand" to find more yachties with common interest.

Having crewed in the Phuket Raceweek in the past, I have made a few friends in Thailand. They are very active.

Especially my friend with the nick name Ferret. I have invited him to join this discussion group too.
At 7:57am on December 8, 2008, LOLA said…
Oh did you know you can click the grey spot on the right to erase messages...if you ever want...don't know if you knew that

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