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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Newburyport, Ma.
About Me:
I own my own boat, just not able to sail her. Whats that you say.
thats right I used to sail out on many weekend trips. Week long
trips. My x was the Captain, I was the cook and bottle washer. I just love being on the water. wish I could meet someone in y area who could take me Sea Castle out for a sale, and not have to pay an Instructor to take me .
Current location:
Newburyport, Ma.
Destinations visited:
I n the past Florida, Monhegan Ils. Maine. All along the coast of Maine. New Hamshire Ils. O f Shoals.
Looking to:
Go sailing

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At 6:33pm on May 18, 2012, carol testa said…

Have also sailed to Nantucket, Marthas vinyard.  boston Harbor. 

Hopeing  to sail all these and more places again.

 
 
 

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