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At 2:18am on November 11, 2021, Lola said…

Hi Pete. Hope this finds you well.

I sold the boat, due to a broken leg, that left  me handicapped.  I want to continue being on Seaknots, for pleasant reminders, and I thought of you. Be in touch, as I follow you in your adventures

At 12:38pm on December 9, 2011, LOLA said…

HiYa Pete,

Are you doing any sailing up there this time of the year?  We have a cold spell at the moment, but hope to get the boat up this month...Maybe a Christmas sail with friends.

Let me hear from you..Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

PS Still btw practicing my knots, thanks to you.

At 6:28am on July 15, 2011, LOLA said…

Hi Pete,

My boat is all repaired and new bottom paint.

Finally, I'm ready to continue my sailing skills...learning all the time.

Where have you sailed lately?

Have a great summer.

At 9:46pm on January 14, 2010, LOLA said…
Hey thanks..the music takes me of my favs is OH GIRL, and IF I CAN'T HAVE YOU..a remake by Adam Lambert...check it out....its in Chinese ...but safe.
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At 7:02pm on December 10, 2009, Terry Kennedy said…

Sorry about not getting back it is a Horstman 46, but it does have a cross designed keel and NO dagger boards. Terry
At 6:35am on November 4, 2009, LOLA said…
Hey Pete, thanks for the that your season is coming to an end, why don't you and your wife pick me up on my Vacation to Myrtle Beach offer, as seen in the female Sailors Group? I can put you up in my home.. our Season is all year here. Has been raining a lot lately. You can follow my weather on my page.

I need working the sails instruction.
At 9:13am on October 18, 2009, PCarrico said…
Wow, time flies. Sorry I haven't checked in with SeaKnots lately. Been super busy with racing & training. Another big project was the rebuilding of our Farr 30 (Mumm 30) chainplates. Seems Carol Marine, the builder of most of the Farr 30's, read the design drawings wrong and drilled the access hole for the chainplates on the wrong side of the box frame thus weakening the structure. I've modified the chainplate with a 20 hr, $200 material repair that I suspect most Farr 30's will need someday. The new chainplate structure worked perfectly with 25 knots true wind racing this weekend.
At 12:35am on August 21, 2009, PCarrico said…
The verdict is in, Bismark Dinius found not guilty in the absurd false accusation murder case of the fatal boating crash that caused the death of Lynn Thorton due to neglegent operation of a high speed powerboat by Russel Purdock.
See the news coverage videos here
At 9:20pm on July 9, 2009, Leighton OConnor said…
Of course I photographed you in the right spot Peter. :)
At 11:01am on June 20, 2009, PCarrico said…
I'll be offline for about 6 weeks while on cruise with Zaraffa.
Marblehead-Halifax, Nantucket, Martha's Vinyard & NY (ALIR).
Then the Governor's Cup (MD), then a JR Sailing Big Boat Clinic...
Make that 7 weeks...
At 1:46pm on June 19, 2009, Ozzy said…
I would love to get toghether, how do I contact the Chesapeake sailors group?
At 12:07pm on June 19, 2009, Terry Kennedy said…

MANTA is an Ed Horstman 46 Trimaran, with a Cross designed keel, much better than the dagger boards, that did nothing.......Terry
At 8:48pm on June 17, 2009, LOLA said…
Hey Pete some great racing pictures just posted
At 7:44am on June 12, 2009, PCarrico said…
One of my buddies is doing a Trans Atlantic (TransAt) from New England to Scotland. You can follow the progress of S/V MADAM X on SPOT
I'm doing HF radio comms with him from ZARAFFA for weather routing and locations of bergy-bits & shipping, current.
Congratulations to Franc & Andrea on CAN DRAC for their successfull crossing doing it in style & with their wonderful charity Sail for Water
At 1:15pm on May 22, 2009, Excer R. Matos said…
Pete, sorry I missed your invitation yesterday. I haven’t sail at the Chesapeake Bay for a few years now and I missed. Please keep me in for your next sailing opening my phone (202)215-1888
At 9:51pm on May 12, 2009, Excer R. Matos said…
Hi Pete. I'm a US Navy Chief Petty Officer rtired from the Naval Accademy. I was the craftmaster onboard YP-687 from Nov. 2000 to Oct 2004 and visited the Robert Crown Center many times.
At 2:48am on March 26, 2009, Marcelle said…
Your family sounds like ours...teenage guitar playing son, family of skiers (eldest son becoming an instructor) grandchildren yet, thank goodness. We have 4 kids 3 boys and a girl...the youngest is turning into a keen sailor and is keeping us young. We sail at the same club.You sure have plenty of experience...sounds like a great life. My keen fisherman hubby would love that...has to beat plumbing!!
At 2:43am on March 26, 2009, Marcelle said…
Hey Pete, In the photo is my 15yo son on his Flying 11. Will put a pic up of my old tub...its a timber 125 (121/2 foot dinghy) Just finishing my second season and really getting the hang of it. Finished 1st on a handicap start last weekend, real thrill !! Have a 5 year plan to get a cruising yacht and leave Sydney I thought I had better learn to sail!!!!
At 7:21pm on March 21, 2009, Steve said…
Hi Pete. I graduated from boat school in 1972 and was not on the sailing time. I sailed recreationally at USNA and over the years since. No cruises nearly as long and adventuresome as your sailing resume. I know there is no excuse, sir, but my Navy and AT&T careers kept me moving, too busy and sometimes landlocked. I'm making up time now! All the best, Steve

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