Re: World Cruising
- Wish list--
1. 45-60'(wooden construction)
2. Large Storage for water, provisions, battery bank, sails
3. ?Cargo Area for dive equipment
4. dive platform
5. winch for cargo area
6. No less than 6 foot head room in main living area
7. Queen size bed in stateroom
8. as much solar and wind turbine energy as possible
9. as little reliance on any fossil fuel motors
10. radar, sonar, GPS
11. big head
12. wet locker
Budget of around 100,000 dollars.
I have built two houses (to code) that are still standing.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bruce Hallman" <bruce@...> wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 11, 2008 at 3:46 PM, samang251 <samang251@...> wrote:
> > All right, then how about this the Bolger AS39
> There are about one hundred possible Bolger boat choices between the
> Micro and the AS39. It depends a lot on variables. What is your
> 'wish list', and what is your budget and your boat building
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It makes people question their priorities. Noticed you keep getting
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--- In email@example.com, ANDREW AIREY <andyairey@...> wrote:
> Apologies if anyone has previously mentioned it but 'Voyaging on a
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Martyr's short story 'The £200 millionaire'
> andy airey
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