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Male. Born on February 15. Is single.
by on January 30, 2018
2018 Windjammer Regatta Final Results January 27, 2018 2018 Windjammer Regatta, Saturday 1/27 Wind Easterly, 12-20 knots, 15.2 nm course No Sunday Race Due to Weather Boat Name Sail No. Description Rating Finish Time Spinnaker ...
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by on October 3, 2017
    So, I see this old ugly San Juan. For some reason it was yelling! Restore me!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Granted, they are not fast boats but for some reason this one was calling my name.  I am not in a rush to do it as I am refreshing our Catamaran first.  We shall see how she develops as she will be redone with my morning coffee and evening cocktail a little bit at a time.     ...
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by on September 6, 2017
  We all wait entirely too long.  In the case of Irma and recent events being proactive is crucial.   Remember, you can live without food for weeks.  Water is a matter of days.   Bottled water is great but most is filtered tap water which you will have close to impact out of your sink. ...
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by on June 27, 2016
Tired of soggy subway (Regatta food) sandwiches or the mystery cooler water in that bag of veggies? Freeze water saturated diapers and put them on the bottom of the food cooler (Wrap in tinfoil or plastic bag). Gives you more space than frozen water bottles and will last a long time. New ones work better than old ones:)
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by on June 23, 2016
This is a hidden gem next to the Skyway. It used to be the Sunspree. Great little marina and has two pools, hot tub, elevated tiki bar, restaurant and a deli. They are fine with people anchoring out and enjoying the faciliies as well. For events they have decent rooms that are about $100 a night for the land yachters. If you want to get a slip I suggest calling well in advance. http://www.marinacoveresort.com/
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by on June 4, 2016
You finally get the big boat you want and find a great mooring. However, the birds enjoy your boat as much as you do. I found a great little option that works well to keep away feathered crew from sitting on the rails. It takes about 10 minutes to do every time but it does save the hours of scrubbing off bird poop that has the consistency of cement. Go to your local hardware store and buy large zip ties and a spool of nylon line or monofiliment. Put the zip ties on your bow and stern rail ...
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