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Sailor
Homeport:
St. Simons Island , Georgia
Destinations visited:
Sailed most of East Coast US and Southern California, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Us & BVI Virgin Islands, St. Martin & St. Barts
Looking to:
Plan on sailing to all the Caribean

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At 11:47am on February 26, 2009, Ray said…
I guess the yawl sails the same as a ketch. Sail it quite a bit with just mizzen and genny. Sometimes I'm just too lazy to to put up the main. You know how the wind pipes up here in the afternoon.
At 2:38pm on February 25, 2009, Peter Kafer said…
Bill, we keep Now or Never! at Brunswick Landing. We're on a friend's boat this year.

Peter
At 7:28pm on February 24, 2009, joe shimkonis said…
I love my Pearson.For 2 years I was in Oriental,NC.Great sailing area-but also very remote area.This is the 2nd 42 ft sailboat I moved from Oriental to Myrtle- Coquina.Other boat after 2 years Myrtle moved it to Hilton Head- Skull Creek[2 years] then back to Charleston-Hilton hotel and Marina.Myrtle's a great place for golf,restruants,neat harbor,sailing to Baldhead Island,up to Wilmington,Cape Lookout,Charleston,Georgetown.Slips avail at lightkeepers where I am-right now.I'm not a liveaboard.Significant other{Darlene] and I live and work in Raleigh but are down every weekend.would like to retire but have a great job with travel.And own too many properties. Come on up!!cell phone- 314 422 9633.Cheers
At 4:47pm on February 22, 2009, joe shimkonis said…
HI Bill ,have a 424 pearson in Coquino Harbour,SC--Time in a Bottle
At 5:48pm on January 9, 2009, LOLA said…
Great photos...
At 4:31pm on June 6, 2008, Bill Gardiner said…
Single handing the sail back from Bahama's. Photo was crossing from N.W. channel light to Hens & Chickens and accross to Ft. Pierce. Great sail with 15 to 18 knt winds and 4 to 6' seas
 
 
 

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