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Fred and Margaret Keith
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  • Lynn Haven, FL
  • United States
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42' 2004 Cascade Custom Center Cockpit Cutter for sale

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fred and Margaret Keith Jun 6, 2012. 2 Replies

Looking for a crew to sail Gulf, Keys, Bahamas

Started this discussion. Last reply by Al Voisine Jan 22, 2010. 5 Replies

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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Panama City, Florida
About Me:
Retired preacher. Wife, Margaret, retired teacher. We began in '06 to spend part of the winter (6-8 weeks) in the Florida Keys on our 45' homebuilt cutter rig sailboat.
When I want to, I do boat repair and rebuilding. Just finished a one-year rebuild on a 34' trawler, and do not want any more of that. Only small jobs now - maybe a week or month. I've done my share of work, and now it is time to play.
Current location:
Panama City, FL
Destinations visited:
May 2004 & May 2006: Isla Mujeres, MX,
July 2006: West Florida coast, Sarasota
February 2008: West Florida coast, Keys, Dry Tortugas,
February 2009: West Florida, Keys. Dry Tortugas
June 2009: West Flroida, keys, Dry Tortugas
Looking to:
Setting out Jan/Feb 2010, down West coast of Florida to Keys, hopefully Bahamas. Return no later than early May. Looking for crew person as my wife is unable (for the first time) to accompany me..

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At 2:54am on September 15, 2014, Michael Mc Laughlin said…

Hi Fred & Margaret:

We are in Ireland ans have come across "Sanctuary" for sale.

We have a Cascade36, love her and sailed her across the Atlantic, but want a bigger boat now.

Could you contact me at

transcendencekinsale@gmail.com

Michael Mc Laughlin

At 6:00pm on March 26, 2011, Rick Keith said…
i found that once i crossed the 50 year line, being called Ricky actually sounds pretty good.  talk to you soon
At 2:06pm on January 28, 2010, Tim said…
I'm finishing my packing tonight then head up to a friend's house in Houston to drop off my cat and spend the night. I'll hit the road early Sat am. See you Sat around dinnertime. -Tim
At 2:20pm on December 30, 2009, LOLA said…
Welcome...boy if I had more experience, i would pick you up on your offer.

What am i doing? well taking sailing and related classes.

On Seaknots i am holding photo contests. Do you have photos to enter for soon ending Dec Contest?

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At 2:01pm on February 1, 2009, Fred and Margaret Keith said…
I just added an AIS transceiver to my boat. I always feel uneasy in the company of large vessels, especially at night and their running lights are not discernable. I have radar, but it does not do a good job computing the course and speed of other vessels, so the AIS will help there. But the truth is, I love electronic gadgets for the boat!
 
 
 

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