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mike sproull
  • 62, Male
  • Howell/Brighton
  • United States
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Homeport:
Michigan
About Me:
Wish to retire with the dried salt spray on my wrinkled,tanned face. :)
Single,54 and a heart of a 20 year old!
Current location:
Brighton/Howell,Michigan...USA
Destinations visited:
Bahamas,Florida Keys so far
Looking to:
Mexico,Costa Rica...All points on my compass that are warm!

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At 11:58am on October 6, 2012, Amelia said…

Hello dear,I'm Amelia by name,I have something very important to discuss with you,please kindly email be back(
amelia_herbert23@yahoo.com)I will be waiting to hear from you soon.Thanks

At 7:31am on May 8, 2009, LOLA said…
Hi friend...what have you been up to? You have great pictures that would make great paintings.

Please post your beach rlated and boat ones here in our ART GROUP on Seaknots.

Are you painting anything presently?

I have added several boat paintings, here and on the other site,,,see my page.

Take care and let me hear from you
At 7:17am on March 9, 2009, LOLA said…
Hi Mike are you planning on sailing soon?
At 3:57pm on July 5, 2008, Mark (Voodoo Acrobat) said…
Hi, Mike. My boat is a 1970 Westerly Cirrus. It's a British-built pocket cruiser made for the rough Irish Sea and waters around the UK. Sturdy as a brick, but slow as a slug. It's 22' long and draws 3.5'. It's the largest 22' boat I've ever been on; 5'10" headroom, large v-berth, enclosed head with holding tank, galley, setee, etc. Sleeps four - drinks ten. Perfect for puttering around the bay and the occasional weekend trip. I looked at larger boats, but since I'm normally singlehanding I figured I'd be better off with something I could handle alone under any circumstances. I made the right choice. (But those classy 30' and larger boats at Toledo Beach still make me drool!)
At 12:03am on July 5, 2008, mike sproull said…
Yes,I noticed you were an Erie Sailor a while ago,
I check out who and where.
I've fished out of Luna Pier on a charter for walleye,nice area!
Hope ya had a riot.I'm sure you did.
At 6:26pm on July 4, 2008, Mark (Voodoo Acrobat) said…
Ahoy, Mike - and happy Independence Day. I was just cruising around on the site and noticed you're a bit north of me. I sail out of a small marina just south of Monroe. We were out enjoying Lake Erie earlier today, and we'll go out again tomorrow evening to watch fireworks in Luna Pier from the bay. Fair winds!
At 12:40pm on July 3, 2008, Captain Lisa said…
Hi Mike, Thanks for the welcome. Hope you are getting some great sailing weather now.
At 3:25pm on June 23, 2008, debbie said…
hey mike, i'm a goofball, commented back to you but it didn't make it this far its on my page.
At 12:09am on June 10, 2008, mike sproull said…
It's a McCurdy-Roades design built by Heritage ,circa 1982,(i believe)
At 1:24pm on June 9, 2008, Banana Wind said…
Might I enquire as to the make and model of yor vessel? If thats yours in the pic above ...I'd say she has the lines of an Alberg perhaps..is that an older C&C or Hunter?
 
 
 

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