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March 2008 Blog Posts (4)

Divingweek between the 31st of may and the 6th of june 2008

For diving fans we do have a special diving week this.

Best,
Christoph

Added by Christoph Heckenbuecker on March 28, 2008 at 5:05pm — No Comments

Tybee Time

I had started a blogging site shortly after we purchased our boat. We keep a record of all our up grades that we do in order to prep her for extended cruising. Every once in a while we do manage to escape away from the dock and have a little fun on her. So if you would like to read about it the site is www.tybeetime.blogspot.com . Take a look around and tell me what you think.

Added by Nancy on March 28, 2008 at 8:55am — 2 Comments

*Entry Point into Sailing*

From afar, I always thought that sailing was so elegant, peaceful and that you had to be rich to be able to enter into it. This was of course from afar before I had become a sailor myself in 2000. Any reference to sailing in the media shows beautiful, happy people on a large sailing yacht sipping wine and enjoying the wind upon the sails. I am not sure that the media (or the media that I had paid attention to) had really shown me any other side to sailing.



As a child growing up near… Continue

Added by Andrea on March 25, 2008 at 6:10am — 6 Comments

FESTIVAL DU CANNES 2008

Like already in the last year we offer the charter of a GULET for the INTERNATIONAL FILMFESTIVAL CANNES 2008 again.



The customers enjoy the film festivals apart from hecticness and you can offer your business partners a special atmosphere. You can get an impression of the tendency on our ship here:



http://www.swell.ch/moments.pdf



On a Gulet can stay overnight up to 12 persons. In roomy 6 double cabs with own bath & toilet you can recover yourself from the… Continue

Added by Christoph Heckenbuecker on March 24, 2008 at 2:17pm — No Comments

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Nauticat 38 for sale, hull 245, 1994, in Cavallino, Italy

Aging knees forcing this sail of our NC 38 for $110,000. 2nd owner.  US Flag documented boat, registered in Rhode Island.  This includes a slip paid for 2018 at Marina del Cavallino, a full service marina near Venice, Italy.   Beautiful view and can live aboard. Boat is ready to go, everything works too! We have cruised the Adriatic for the last 5 yrs on her.  Fantastic times.  Contact me at 001 305 680-9272. You can leave her there or sail the Med from place to place or sail her to the US or…See More
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James Taylor replied to Brendan Smyth's discussion BEN OC 43 - Fresh Water Plumbing Schematic in the group Beneteau 40 & 43
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DJ Wardrop replied to DJ Wardrop's discussion 29 Cascade Owners in the group Cascade Owners Unite
"Thx ED and Shaun the Bridge says it's 32 ft at high tide so I may have to lean her and get threw on a spring low tide... I will let you know how it goes.... Thx again "
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Edward Hart replied to DJ Wardrop's discussion 29 Cascade Owners in the group Cascade Owners Unite
" The mast on a 29 is approximitly 36' add 3' freeboard and you should be able to clear a 40' bridge. Make it 42 to be safe"
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Shaun Lynch replied to DJ Wardrop's discussion 29 Cascade Owners in the group Cascade Owners Unite
"There is probably a spec sheet on the Cascade 29 bridge clearance, but it would only be an estimate, since it depends on where your specific boat sits on its "designed" waterline and assumes your mast is the standard height. Some boats are…"
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