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Sailor
Homeport:
Portsmouth Navy Shipyard, Kittery, Maine
About Me:
I'm a novice sailor with a lot to learn, lucky enough to have an O'Day 27LE2 that I'm hoping to be able to sail myself within the year.
Destinations visited:
Just a week sailing course in Annapolis and crewing with friends off the North Shore in Massachusetts, so nothing exotic......yet!
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Network, learn, have fun and become a better sailor.

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At 9:23am on May 11, 2009, Pete said…
Hi Sal... Been sailing that 272LE yet? There's a whole great big world of water out there waiting for you to explore. And don't forget about the owners' rOnDAYvous in Long Island this July. If you can't sail down, consider driving down and getting some sailing time on other people's boats.
At 9:46am on February 13, 2009, LOLA said…
Good Morning, Have you taken any photos of your boat yet we can see.? I have been out 4 times w other sailors...things went wrong ea time. Email me under your name where says..Send a message.
At 9:28am on February 13, 2009, Pete said…
Hey lady, long time no... nothing! I hope the winter's been treating you OK up there in the great white north. Only 5 more weeks till spring, and sailing season can't be far behind. If you're on Facebook, look me up, and sign up for the O'day Sailboat Owners group on FB. This way you'll be assured of staying in the know as far as big O'day happenings like the 2009 rOnDAYvous. Catch ya soon.
At 10:28am on October 28, 2008, Pete said…
Hi Sal... Boat still in the water? Mine's awaiting haulout (boo-hoo!). Let's hope for a quick, mild winter. And stay tuned for info on the 2009 O'day owners rOnDAYvous.
At 8:52pm on October 10, 2008, John said…
Sally, I'm a relatively novice cruiser myself. My recommendation is to not sail it alone...take along a crew member, it will be so much more fun and safer too!
At 10:06am on October 6, 2008, Sally Nutt said…
Hi Lola! I so admire you for tackling those seas! The next time around should seem easy, no? I haven't been out by myself yet as I'd hoped...a combination of selling-my-house issues, divorce stuff and problems with my boat's engine. I have enjoyed using her as a get-away place in her berth. So everything's forward movement and good.....just not sailed by myself...YET!
At 9:31pm on October 5, 2008, LOLA said…
Hey Sally have you gone out yet? I did but it was in 6 foot seas and terrifying....went w a seasoned sailor.
At 4:41pm on August 19, 2008, Richard Gillette said…
Ahoy Sally,
I went to college in New Hampshire in the White Mountsins. Now I prefer the Caribbean. I am a US Sailing Certified Instructor through Coastal Passage Making and Navigation. I taught at the Offshore Sailing School out of Tortola in the BVI and am moving to Puerto Rico in a year or so. You must have a short season in NEw Hampshire. I have been in San Francisco Bay for many many years and it is very cold hear in the fog in the summer.
Fair winds and smiles and smiles to go.....
Richard
At 11:55am on August 12, 2008, Pete said…
Anything new with selling your house? Getting your boat (and yourself) out on the water? Hopefully the summer has been treating you really well.
At 10:36am on July 17, 2008, Pete said…
Hi Sally... The exact dates for the 2009 rOnDAYvous have not yet been set (neither has the location), but I feel safe in saying that it will be one of the two mid-July weekends. In other words, either the weekend after the 4th of July (the 10th through 12th) or the following one. If you're willing to make it the first item on your 2009, I'll make sure that you're the very first person I share the news with. Oh, and good luck with the house sale.
 
 
 

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