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Sailing to the Dry Tortugas

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Smith Jan 22, 2017. 1 Reply

Perkins M20 Manifold

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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
West Palm Beach
About Me:
I began sailing in 1981 on a Hobie 16. My son and I now sail a 27' Catalina (Kristibel) mainly on the ICW in Melbourne.
Current location:
Melbourne ICW (Latitude: 28.21 / Longitude: -80.61)
Destinations visited:
San Diego, CA; Chesapeake Bay, MD; Isla Tortuga, Costa Rica; Dry Tortugas; Salinas, Ecuador; ICW (West Palm Beach to Jax); St. Johns river (Jax to Sanford)
Looking to:
Meet sailing enthusiasts who are interested in local and extended Caribbean sailing

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At 6:21pm on January 27, 2009, Manolo said…
Hi Terri,

Great to hear back from you. It's never too cold to sail (so the saying goes)! Last week was a bit cool and knowing it will eventually warm up I am waiting until Thursday to sail again. Aren't you scheduled for another island cruise sometime soon? I am jelous! If ever in Florida, let me know and we'll go sailing.

Cheers,

Manolo
At 1:39pm on January 2, 2009, Robin said…
Happy 2009 to you as well, in sunny and warm Florida
Robin

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Centering Clamp on a jib furling system

Posted on June 7, 2013 at 6:43pm 0 Comments

Can anyone share any tips on how best to install a centering clamp on a jib furling system? Thanks!

 
 
 

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