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Paul Cheney
  • 44, Male
  • Burlington, Ontario
  • Canada
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Paul Cheney replied to Charles Brigham's discussion Sailing without a sailboat
"Well first off, well done for crossing an ocean that most people in the stuck up marinas you visited will never see - never mind cross. I do not believe they have made shore power cords in excess of 2 thousand miles yet. I am working to outfit my…"
Jun 20, 2009
Paul Cheney was featured
Feb 7, 2009
Paul Cheney and Paige are now friends
Feb 6, 2009
Paul Cheney joined Ocnvoyager's group
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Key West Lovers

This group is for anyone who loves Key West whether you have been there or hope to go.If you want information about KW or have stories to share this is the place.See More
Feb 6, 2009
Paul Cheney joined Cameron & Leighia's group
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Why Renewable Energy

This is a discussion that I would like to start on why we should go renewable. From the Cost of the Equipment to the Installation (either do it yourself or have it installed) to the Cost of Diesel and mantainence on your engine. and Enviroment
Feb 6, 2009
Paul Cheney joined Richard's group
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Sensible Small Boat Cruising

A group to discuss cruising in small boats.(25-36 feet). That's not set in stone, but I'mpartial to that kind of cruising.See More
Feb 6, 2009
Paul Cheney joined h's group
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Zen and the art of sailboat maintenance

Take the best option on sailboat maintenance. Do it yourself, with the help of others.
Feb 6, 2009
Paul Cheney replied to Dave Skolnick's discussion Necessary Stuff in the group Chefs at Sea
"Pressure cooker, spices, garlic, onions, potatoes, lots and lots of dried beans and lentils - a sprouter for the beans - you will always have fresh veggies this way. Rolled oats, dried raisens and cranberries, nuts, honey, - make granola. Flour…"
Feb 6, 2009
Paul Cheney joined Andrea's group
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Chefs at Sea

While you may not be considered a chef in your kitchen, at sea in your galley you are. Join this group and share your stories and recipes from the galley!
Feb 6, 2009
Paul Cheney is now a member of SeaKnots
Feb 6, 2009

Profile Information

Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Burlington Ontario
About Me:
I love the minimalist sailing provides, the confines of the solitude, I do not care where I do it as long as I do not see anything but open space and water. I like to challenge myself, go a little further each time.
I love to cook, I love to cook on board even more. I enjoying diving and snorkeling, I earn my living as a photographer.
Current location:
Ontario
Destinations visited:
Great Lakes, Gulf of Mexico, Florida Keys
Looking to:
Live aboard full time, round the horn, circumnavigate solo.

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Edward Hart replied to Tad's discussion Stanchion holders in the group Cascade Owners Unite
"  I would be interested in stanchions."
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Edward Hart commented on S/V Compadre's group Cascade Owners Unite
" Well, after a year, work has finally started on my 29.  I found an engine. A 3GM30 Yanmar. The old Palmer gas was taken out today. In a week we will be back in the water, with a new engine. The Yanmar is a new engine never been installed…"
Thursday
Edward Hart posted a status
"Work has commenced on No Name. I found a diesel."
Thursday
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Jim Malone posted a status
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Jul 27
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Jul 27
Edward Hart commented on S/V Compadre's group Cascade Owners Unite
" Scott, I would like to have the info that you have on the 29;s I have one but I can't find the hull number. The hull was laid up in Japan 1964."
Jul 24
Mike Brown replied to sam's discussion Engine hour meter whacky in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
"Larry try checking the engine hour gauge at night. I noticed on mine that while I couldn't see it in broad dayloght it was lit enough to view in the dark. Mike"
Jul 23
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