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Jim Connors
  • 70, Male
  • Spring City, TN
  • United States
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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Spring City, TN
About Me:
I purchased a 30 yo Helms 24 about 18 months ago and have spent untold hours getting it back in shape. My girlfriend Lynne and I are looking forward to trailering it to the FLA east coast and hopefully sailing it to the Bahamas in March. I taught basic sailing in 1974, but have been out of sailing until now. I feel like a dinosaur getting up to date on all the new hi-tech navigation wizardry. I would be interested in traveling with a group of cruisers who are going to the Bahamas in the late March time frame.
Current location:
Watts Bar Lake, Spring City TN
Destinations visited:
Local areas on the lake between Watts Bar Dam and areas north. I have also sailed in the distant past in Annapolis, St Croix, Puerto Rico, and San Diego when I was in the Navy. I used rental boats from the military welfare and recreation shops when I could get liberty from the ship.
Looking to:
Trailer my boat to Patrick AFB, Canaveral, FL, then sail down the ICW to W Palm Beach. If all goes well, we'll sail out the inlet from Peanut Island park and then sail in the Bahamas and Abacos for a couple weeks in the late March-April 2009 time frame.

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At 6:43am on February 10, 2009, LOLA said…
Welcome
At 10:17pm on January 20, 2009, Larry Wilson said…
Jim,
Sincerely hope it helps. Fair Winds.
 
 
 

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