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Discussion in 'Ask All Sailors' started by DeToni Charter, Oct 12, 2017. Add this thread to a FAQ

  1. DeToni Charter

    DeToni Charter

    Joined Oct 12, 2017
    1 posts, 0 likes
    Bavaria 36
    HR Trogir
    Just a word, I wish to say hello from sunny Trogir, Croatia!

  2. kappykaplan


    Joined May 1, 2011
    769 posts, 116 likes
    Pearson 37
    US Lusby MD

  3. kloudie1


    Joined Nov 6, 2006
    7,850 posts, 524 likes
    Hunter 34
    US Mandeville Louisiana
    Welcome !

  4. Kermit


    Joined Jul 31, 2010
    4,581 posts, 1,738 likes
    Hunter 260
    US Lake Murray Sailing Club, SC
    Welcome aboard! (OK, that’s two words.)

  5. Gene Neill

    Gene Neill

    Joined Sep 30, 2013
    2,333 posts, 835 likes
    C-22, Albin Vega
    US central Florida

  6. JamesG161


    Joined Feb 14, 2014
    2,750 posts, 751 likes
    Hunter 430
    US Waveland, MS
  7. agprice22


    Joined Aug 3, 2012
    2,022 posts, 367 likes
    Performance Cruising Telstar 28
    US Watkins Glen
    Hello! Welcome.

  8. CaptKimble


    Joined Jul 29, 2017
    122 posts, 39 likes
    Catalina 380
    US Los Angeles
    WORD......seriously though, Welcome aboard! I had the opportunity to visit Dubrovnik ( I think I spelled that correctly ), and visited a couple of the marina's. Very nice and the sailing looked excellent. I was surprised by the difficulty tying up stern too in one of the bays. The waves were from offshore and the one boat I observed was attempting to tie up stern to the seawall. It took the captain almost full throttle to keep from slamming the stern up against the wall. It was not something I would have attempted rather I would have anchored out until the conditions improved. I did notice the lack of a dingy but perhaps it was stowed below. The coast there is absolutely stunning. Good luck in your ventures and again welcome aboard.

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  9. jssailem


    Joined Oct 22, 2014
    5,579 posts, 1,882 likes
    CAL 35 Cruiser
    US Salem, Moored Port Everett WA

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