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  • Costa Mesa California
  • United States
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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Costa Mesa -- Newport Beach California
About Me:
I love to design, build and love to Cruise big sail boats. I have been playing with sail boats for over fifty years and beginning to learn the basics of sailing.

My present boat was used hard for about fifteen years, chartering and cruising. The boat is a great boat for blue water cruising. So instead of replacing it, I am restoring the boat to better than new.

To see more photos etc, visit my web site www.paulalfrey.com

Soon, I hope to head back to the Tropics again. New Zealand would be fun.

If you have head odor problems, send me an Email with your address and I will send you a bottle of my patented Odor Zaper that ends head odor problems.

I came up with the product to fix my heads and it works so good that formed a company. My company sells about 500,000 pounds a year

www.ecologycompany.com

We are not selling to the Marine market yet, but soon, but I give samples to sailors

Paul
Current location:
Costa Mesa
Destinations visited:
The Caribbean
Looking to:
I will be seeking crew soon, god willing and the creek does not get too high. The next cruise is to New Zealand

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At 5:25pm on March 14, 2009, sailorgirlca said…
Ahoy Paul: sorry I'm not the gal you met on Redondo Beach.....wish I was !!! Last time I was in California was about 6 yrs ago but was there on business & didn't get to Redondo Beach........do hope you find her again wherever she now is........DJ
 
 
 

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