To name a few...The Chesapeake Bay, Atlantic Ocean, Florida Keys, Bahamas, USVI, BVI, Dominican Republic, Turks & Caicos, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Spanish Virgin Islands, St Martin, St Barts, Anguilla, Statia, Saba, Dominica, St Kitts, Nevis, Antigua, Barbuda, Block Island, Shelter Island, Fishers Island, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket.....and wherever else the wind takes me
Have a great time out there, learn even more about boats, and make some friends at the same time!
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Welcome Jeremy, You certainly have a lot of experience...if you were closer to Myrtle beach you could instruct me. Reson for my contact too is...I have some charts given to me of Chesapeake, and Fenwick areas...I am selling them for $5ea, and freight $6...if you know of any one who wants...see photos...They are really big...i have yardsticks in photos...could be nice framed for home, office...restaurant......Let me know...I also want to invite you as friend..Thank you..Lola
I'm not sure how this thing works. I got an e-mail stating that I need to accept you as a friend on SeaKnots. I don't see where I'm supposed to do that. Anyway, I hope all is well. Looking forward to possible making a blue water passage on Splendido. You think I asked a lot of questions while on vacation...you haven't seen nothin' yet!
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