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At 2:02pm on November 11, 2008, Efraim said…
Thank you! I am planning some local norteast (LIS and Newport) sailing for the next couple of years. I need to finish some long overdue repairs. I hope to go south in 3-4 years and then continue....
At 10:19am on November 9, 2008, bobbi said…
Hi, Just wanted to say hi as you are also a member of the Chesapeake group. Holy moly!!! Is there anything you havent done on boats? I got a late start at sailing....early 40's....but love it just the same. Cheers
bobbi
At 8:20am on November 8, 2008, LOLA said…
Map Quest is in application on left ..correct?
At 8:18am on November 8, 2008, LOLA said…
Where is map search on your page?
At 9:15am on November 6, 2008, Grant Headifen said…
Thanks very much. We're doing everything we can to get people the tools to get into sailing. Cheers - Grant
At 1:09am on November 6, 2008, Terry Kennedy said…
Nope it is a Horstman 46, and she sails like the wind. It is also pretty comfy to live aboard with 5 double staterooms. Also unlike the Cross trimaran's there is no break in the deck to trip you when handling the main.
At 10:24pm on November 5, 2008, scurvywench said…
Hola, como estas? I certainly do know Callee-she was my friend and we also worked together on the Schooner Wolf...I haven`t seen or talked to her in 13 years, but have often wondered about her. How do you know her? Zandy was just five then...You have had an interesting life...I want to sail until I die too...Buenas noches capitan, Cathleen
At 1:25pm on November 1, 2008, Pete said…
Hey, cap'n! Change the the "having" to "had" and you're dead on. The boat is on the hard (or awaiting haulout), so more fun on the water will have to wait a little while. Thanks for checking in. See ya 'round.
At 10:14pm on October 28, 2008, Claude said…
Yeah, in the Navy, back in the olde daze, it was called a truckers hitch, but I'd already known it as a C&^&% Ash Come Along!
I like your "Who Dat" picture with the guys in paper bags. LOL. That was a gag with the New Orleans Saints here a few years ago.. They were so bad that folks went to the games in paper bags so they'd not be identified!
At 8:29am on October 28, 2008, Claude said…
Nice Video of the knot I've seen on shrimpers down here in Cajun Country !
At 4:43am on October 28, 2008, LOLA said…
Your name is Pete...good to know...I'm painting a canvas of my boat at the docks...I'm spread too thin and so much to do. I am about to do big yacht at the Marina...hoping they will purchase it. I like your video .A FEW GOOD KNOTS.
At 10:22am on October 27, 2008, Roberto Castro said…
Hello
It is a J22, hull no. 1018. It is a dream to sail...ejoy it very much. The only one in Puerto Rico, although J24s and IC24s are very popular.
At 9:13am on October 24, 2008, LOLA said…
Hey P your photos are an artist's dream...I put so many in my Favorites I stopped commenting
At 6:05am on October 24, 2008, PCarrico said…
Costa Rican law is probably protectionist to do many things. The environment is very important to the people and government of CR Immigration control is another issue. I'm sure there's a source of Costa Rican law that would define the perameters aside from hiring a lawyer to discover the limitations. Certainly to start a buisness or buy property that hiring a local lawyer is a key component.
In my opinion, those laws are probably very good, otherwise they would end up like Stock Island near Key West.
And yes, I did see the Yacht Racing Video on _/)ances With Sails. Awesome!
At 8:09pm on October 22, 2008, LOLA said…
Did you see the YACHT RACING VIDEO mentioned below?
At 6:16am on October 22, 2008, LOLA said…
correction ___/)ances With Sails
At 6:13am on October 22, 2008, LOLA said…
For a neat Yacht racing video see THIS IS YACHT RACING on U Tube,,,,,you can see it on Dancing with Sails (member here) page just type him in under members above.
At 5:52am on October 22, 2008, LOLA said…
Yes I want to go to Costa Rica again. It is beautiful there. I would like to be a live aboard there...but seems not allowed...it is all tied up to having to buy a condo that has a slip provided....can't just buy a slip...why don't you
you figure out how it can be done. Fabio is one of those brokers, trying to sell these condo packages...the place is full of them. be in touch
At 12:22pm on October 21, 2008, fabio Lemos said…
gracias amigo .... come and visit any time we own a marina and hotel complex in puntarenas check www.puertoazulcr.com, we will be more than happy to have yo here , also my wife is trying to set a sailing school there , so a visit like yours will help all the local sailors .
At 2:33pm on October 14, 2008, PCarrico said…
The Morning Light movie was excellent.
I coached one of the watchcaptains, Chris Schubert and know Piet Van Os as he was on the competing team from California Maritime in our races in Annapolis.
Piet is a great guy, and when I found out that he was applying for the ML crew, I knew he and Chris were going to be successful.
I met the TP52 Morning Light's boat captain, Ed, who was one of the trainers in Hawaii & California. Great guy.
Congratulations to Roy Disney and Robbie Haines and everyone involved for getting this project to fruition.

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