You should check out this site more often and join the Female sailors group. We have some good discussions there. I've also posted lots of photos on my page of my 30 years of cruising experience. Check them out.
Hey, cute hat. Tell me more about your life and your boat. I;m new to this site and boats. Got my boat in Feb, now I need to take lessons,,,,,not much sailing experience...I would be honored for you to accept to be my friend....Lola
Hi,I say your posting. I am a retired lawyer with an Irwin 52 sailboat presently in Miami. I am planning to go up the Florida coast then to Georgia and probably South Carolina including the barrier islands. I would like to find a mate to come with me.
How does that sound?
The best way to contact me is at email@example.com.
I hope to hear from you.Dave
New to the water? What's not to love! Like you, I'm looking forward to the day I retire, but I don't foresee installing a putting green on the deck of my boat. Enjoy golf, but don't give up the water. Good to see you on SeaKnots.
Aging knees forcing this sail of our NC 38 for $110,000. 2nd owner. US Flag documented boat, registered in Rhode Island. This includes a slip paid for 2018 at Marina del Cavallino, a full service marina near Venice, Italy. Beautiful view and can live aboard. Boat is ready to go, everything works too! We have cruised the Adriatic for the last 5 yrs on her. Fantastic times. Contact me at 001 305 680-9272. You can leave her there or sail the Med from place to place or sail her to the US or…See More
Caution, in flushing and cleaning the A/C strainer this weekend, I was reattaching the hose to the nipple coming from the raw water thru hull. In simply re tightening the hose clamp the nipple sheared off. Then in trying to carefully unscrew the remnant threads that screw into the 90 elbow they completley crushed. It looks to…See More
"There is probably a spec sheet on the Cascade 29 bridge clearance, but it would only be an estimate, since it depends on where your specific boat sits on its "designed" waterline and assumes your mast is the standard height. Some boats are…"