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At 11:51am 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( will be waiting to hear from you soon.Thanks

At 6:32pm on February 9, 2009, LOLA said…
Just checking to see how you are doing?
At 7:31pm on July 8, 2008, Impromptu said…
sorry didnt seem to work will try again this evening
At 7:29pm on July 8, 2008, Impromptu said…
Hi Lola

Here are some internal photos as requested (looking back I'm a bit thin on internal photos but these will give you an idea of galley and saloon).

At 8:32am on July 8, 2008, Impromptu said…
I will send some photos maybe tomorrow its 12.30am here now - good night from NZ.
At 7:31am on July 8, 2008, LOLA said…
Say Tony do you have pictures of the interior of your Yacht? I would love to see them...Lola
At 7:27am on July 8, 2008, LOLA said…
My motor is a 2 cyl I have not sailed much...I will add a picture of me sailing with a friend on her boat...she says she thinks, I did great...

I need a chart plotter with GPS...I liked seeing her boat move across the screen and the depths all around....

The FREEDOMS are spose to be easy to can see the simple rigging..also know for their carbon fiber masts.
No I don't dive, but would like to try it.

Yes I have people in Marina that can help me to sail...just getting the ready and unpacking the boat condo...I hope to do in July...watching Hurricane Bertha now....thank you, and come back to chat anytime...Lola
At 9:03am on July 7, 2008, LOLA said…
Wow quite a yacht...I said Burrrr for Minnesota MN......I moved from there to NC, which is beautiful and yes it's summer in NC...As you see on my page, I'd love to see your area, but would have to fly...scared to sail there...been reading a lot of survival at Sea books. You will see I list my favorite book and would really like to see Island atoll Suvorov, which i named my sailboat...I am just about to take my maiden sail on her...if I can find someone to go with me.....yiks..may I add you as friend?
At 4:27pm on May 7, 2008, Impromptu said…
Hi Vulcan.

Yes have most of the bells and whistles but you're right, no aircon - not really hot enough down here to warrant unless I head further north (Fiji etc).

I sail around New Zealand, these days up north around the Hauraki Gulf which is world class sailing. Been at it a few years now and had a number of boats progressed from trailer sailors through to this one now.

Yes I have lots of photos but don't want to bore everyone - I might choose a few to post.
At 4:14pm on May 7, 2008, Vulcan1600 said…
That 52' Warwick looks like the perfect live-a-board cruiser. Perfect size for living on. Looks like you got all the bells and whistle, although I don't see an air conditioner. Do you have any more pictures of your boat? I would love to see them. How long have you been sailing and where have you sailed to?
At 6:23am on May 3, 2008, Impromptu said…
Yup, thats sailing, it's not if something will go wrong, its when. The key is to have the right attitude to it (sounds like you do).

I'm back now. In the last three weeks Ive spent one on the boat sailing (actually 10 days - great trip to Great Barrier Island - close encounter with whales etc) one at home and one on the boat in the Marina working on/from the boat, I'm home again now.

We're heading into winter here so not so conducive to sailing but I normally do a bit in the winter.

On my old computer at the moment, when I get new one back, it has photos of the whale - will try to forward/post.

Cheers for now

At 4:27am on May 2, 2008, debbie said…
yea i sail about 2 x week. i live on my boat because i love to sail and this way i dont have to pack up and un pack ......i just come home and if i have a couple days off i like to go ,,,,somewhere..last week i had mon tues wed thurs off so i sailed over to catalina, it was beautiful, very green from the rain and only 2 other boats there. the week before i sailed to marina del rey and stayed at the guest dock. i just always have some kind of problem with the engine or something lately my problems have been related to fuel system....fuel pump, filter, whatever, but always some kind of problem but i guess i dont mind, i keep going out. how about you? are you home or out sailing?
At 1:39pm on April 28, 2008, debbie said…
hi tony in new zealand, i need to add some stuff to my page. i love the picture of your boat it looks really nice. king harbor is in california. i have never been to new zealand would like to some day. take care

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