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Old 01-13-2009, 12:55 PM   #1
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Hello all,

I have just joined, and would like to say, that I enjoy sharing any info that I might be able to give. I have raced all over the states and the islands as well as delivered many types of boats, I used to do sailing instruction for a US sailing accredited school in New England as well as run a 48' race boat, most recent project is a recommission of a bone stock Gozzard 36 for a friend while also sailing it to the Keys from New Orleans.
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Welcome aboard!

Although this is a cruising rather than a racing forum I feel sure that you have a lot of good information to share.

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Welcome aboard!

Although this is a cruising rather than a racing forum I feel sure that you have a lot of good information to share.

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Yes it is true that I have raced but my field mostly is commissioning boats to better suit individuals sailing, I have also cruised more miles than raced so I guess I could be called a cruiser/racer. We all know that while cruising we will see a boat on the horizon and can't help but to find out whom it is, A little tweak here and there and guess what "your racing", eeking a little more speed to close the gap, and then when you catch that person you wave as you take them to windward, Happens all the time.
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A hearty "Welcome Aboard". Good to have you here with us.

You will have much information to share from all your experience and we look forward to reading your contributions.

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G'Day Tsanpere,

Welcome also. Hope you enoy the site as much we we do.

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Hello all,

I have just joined, and would like to say, that I enjoy sharing any info that I might be able to give. I have raced all over the states and the islands as well as delivered many types of boats, I used to do sailing instruction for a US sailing accredited school in New England as well as run a 48' race boat, most recent project is a recommission of a bone stock Gozzard 36 for a friend while also sailing it to the Keys from New Orleans.
Welcome aboard!

Sounds like you'll have lots of info to share with others about outfitting/refitting their boats. Albeit, cruising is a bit different than racing--but no one--racer or cruiser--likes gear that breaks just when its needed to work.

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