I am not active on SeaKnots and only checked here today to see whats new. I've covered approx. 10 thousand offshore miles in the last two years and am about to head out again. As to revitalizing this site I think the site is somewhat awkward and primarily a social get together site, but also it seems to be the only Cascade group online. I have a website (napmarine.com) which I started many years ago to put some info out there about my Cascade 36, and to share travels with family and friends . I'm not very good about keeping it up to date and I can't seem to get the messaging function to work, so anyone who wants to contact me to cuss me out or to chat probably won't get through; I am still working on it to get the messaging to work.
The next voyage is southbound from San Francisco with Chile in the plan. Can't yet speculate where after that. I remember a enjoying a Latitude 38 article about your sailing adventures several years ago.
How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( email@example.com ) for the full details.
"Wayne, yes I’m still here lurking in the shadows haha. I’m glad to hear you’re moving on with a new boat. I’m sure you’ll love setting her up the way you want using all the experience from your 43. The 38.1 is a very…"
"Mike if you're still out there we have recently ordered a new 38.1 and will try inland sailing on the Tennessee River away from the hurricanes. Yes you were correct regarding opportunity awaiting and keeping an open mind.