"Welcome Tammy, My husband and I have been cruising the caribbean for the past 5 yrs. on our 42' catamaran. It was a big change from our monohull. I have found people here very friendly and helpful. All the best
Hi everyone, My husband and I use to sail, but he past away a few months ago. Now I'm starting to get back out there with some of our old friends. I have a 1977 45' Morgan Classic sailboat that my husband bought a few years ago. She's an oldie but a goodie. I found this site hoping to meet some new friends along life's journey.
We've been all over.
This summer I'm looking to sail down to FL along the Atlantic.
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Welcome Tammy, My husband and I have been cruising the caribbean for the past 5 yrs. on our 42' catamaran. It was a big change from our monohull. I have found people here very friendly and helpful. All the best
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