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  • Tortola, BVIodg
  • Virgin Islands, British
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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
British Virgin Islands
About Me:
I am a Charter Yacht Broker for the Catamaran Company and currently reside in the British Virgin Islands where are fleet of cats and motor cats are located. I Enjoy sailing and socializing around the BVI.
Current location:
BVI
Destinations visited:
BVI and soon the Grenadines
Looking to:
Meet or assist sailors with their charter holidays

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At 10:57pm on September 9, 2008, Kevin Wood said…
Moving to the Grenadines, or just doing a trip? Our boat is there...in charter duty most of the time. Will be there for 3-4 weeks Oct - early Nov...
At 10:54pm on September 9, 2008, Kevin Wood said…
I'm planning to be there on Sat 13th; will stop by and say hello. Already a cat owner, but may trade one of these days...
At 9:19pm on September 9, 2008, Joann Higgins said…
Come visit the Catamaran Company booth in Newport! We are offering some great boat show specials! You can view some of our boats and book a charter at a great rate! We hope to see you there!
 
 
 

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Mike Brown replied to John Hanrahan's discussion getting to the top in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"John, the eye the spinaker halyard runs through is there to reduce stress at the top of the mast. If you never fly a chute then you’d be fine threading it from the sheave at the masthead. If you do hoist a chute then from what I’ve been…"
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John Hanrahan replied to John Hanrahan's discussion getting to the top in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Good day gang, I have decided to use a heavier line as Mike suggested for the topping lift to be comfortable going to the top of the mast.  Today I ran across another 43 in Green turtle and he told me he uses his spinnaker halyard.  When I…"
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John Hanrahan replied to John Hanrahan's discussion getting to the top in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Good day gang, I have decided to use a heavier line as Mike suggested for the topping lift to be comfortable going to the top of the mast.  Today I ran across another 43 in Green turtle and he told me he uses his spinnaker halyard.  When I…"
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