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Peter Hollings
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  • Atlanta, GA
  • United States
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Profile Type:
Sailor
Homeport:
Charleston, SC
About Me:
Will retire soon and want to get a boat and do some extended cruising. I've been away from the sea for too long, but grew up in Charleston spending summers on the water, crewed on a shrimp trawler, ship's navigation officer in the US Navy, recreational sailing in the Bahamas, New England, Long Island Sound, etc.
Current location:
Atlanta
Looking to:
Find sailing companion.

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At 6:09pm on May 10, 2012, Kate O Donovan said…

What a good idea, Peter .... there is no point in waiting around for life .... you must chase it! That's my philosophy anyway! No plans to cross the Atlantic for a while ... have been travelling quite a bit and now need to do a few upgrades on house and boat  ... will head to Galway for the last stage of the Volvo Round the World Yacht Race if weather permits in July ... likewise a trip to Dingle

At 7:28pm on May 9, 2012, Kate O Donovan said…

Great photos Peter! ... How is the boat search coming on?

 
 
 

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