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Richard A. Labadie
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  • Bellingham, WA
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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Bellingham, Washington
About Me:
I have been sailing since the early 1950s and currently sail a 1969 Cal 29 hull # 34 which I have owned since 1976. I raced actively until 2001 including many Swift Sure races and more than 30 years of club racing. In 1990 I was a watch captain aboard a 47 ft Centurian for the Vic Maui race. That race was a blast.
Current location:
United States
Destinations visited:
The San Juan Islands, All of Puget Sound, Victoria, Desolation Sound, BC. Seward Alaska. Mauie Hi.
Looking to:
Keep on Sailing as long as health an age will permit.

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At 9:35pm on November 26, 2012, Peter Scott said…

Thanks it would be very much appreiciated, I read Bill Lapworths letter and it really had to do with tuning while sailing, I want someone to help me get in an area, where I can minimize and refine my tuning, cause after that, I'll probally have to replace all my chainplates...LOL

At 3:56pm on October 11, 2009, Becky Gilmore said…
Ahoy Richard, Nice looking boat, and beautiful sailing area to sail her, too.
 
 
 

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