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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Hilo, HI
About Me:
SC marsh rat turned soldier, turned sailor (shellback), turned biker, matured to Captain of my dream.
Current location:
Hilo, Hawaii
Destinations visited:
North America, Europe, South America, Magellan's Straits, Hawaii
Looking to:
Sail the Hawaiian Islands before crossing to the West Coast and down to the Sea of Cortes. At some point cruise the ICW round trip up the Mississippi and down the ICW. So much to sail, so little time to do it...!

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At 5:00pm on May 26, 2008, Vulcan1600 said…
Where is Gentry's, Kona? I know some of my pictures were on the Kona side where I bought my bike and where my brother lives, but I'm actually on your side of the island in Puna. Do you ever go to Shooters, Bamboo Garden, Emerald Garden, or Palms by the Bay?
At 7:55am on May 12, 2008, Vulcan1600 said…
Hey, I got an even better idea. How about you give me a ride on your boat when you go to Oahu?
At 7:42am on May 12, 2008, Vulcan1600 said…
Sounds like a plan : ) I spend most of my time on the Big Island but I visit Oahu often so let me know when you'll be in Oahu. Kona is on the wrong side of the island for me. Oahu is more fun anyway. Ever been to Cub Rock-Za or Femme Nu?
At 6:56pm on May 11, 2008, Vulcan1600 said…
Whenever I fly over from Oahu, I fly over this island that looks like a perfect letter "C". Do you know what island I'm talking about? Have you ever been to it?

It looks like it has steep cliffs all around and I never see any boats around it, so maybe its not boat friendly or maybe its some kind of wildlife preserve.
At 11:16pm on May 10, 2008, Vulcan1600 said…
And you're a biker! What a coincidence.
At 10:28pm on May 10, 2008, Vulcan1600 said…
I just noticed something else on your profile, you're from South Carolina. I missed that on the first skim. I went to school at the Citadel (Naval ROTC) and the College of Charleston.

I'm also a graduate of the Marine Military Academy in Harlingen Texas.
At 10:23pm on May 10, 2008, Vulcan1600 said…
Thanks for your input in the forum discussion about security at sea. I just replied to your comment and thought I would drop in on your page to see who I was talking to. I was pleasantly surprised to find that you are a fellow "big islander". Aloha : )
At 4:51am on March 29, 2008, Christoph Heckenbuecker said…
Welcome...:-)
At 8:43am on March 28, 2008, Nancy said…
Yes it is a small world. What kind doc is your brother? We are retired military so unfortunatly we dont get to see too many real world doctors. Nice boat by the way, and what a beautivul place you have to sail.
 
 
 

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