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Re: Twenty Three Hours at Sea With My 22 Foot Columbia!

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  • jackever
    I was lucky enough( actually due to some offshore experience) to get a crew spot on LUCKY DUCK in the Coastal cup -San Francisco to Santa Catalina Is. I love
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      I was lucky enough( actually due to some offshore experience) to get a crew spot on LUCKY DUCK in the Coastal cup -San Francisco to Santa Catalina Is. I love it out there!
      Jack Everett

      --- In columbiasailingyachts@yahoogroups.com, "hearsejr" <hearsejr@...> wrote:
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      > That sounds kewl as heck. I was off shore back in May, and I would take the mid night shift and watch the sun come up every morning for 10 days. the first night I was watching the water at 2:37 am and thought I saw a sea monster off the starboard bow. for a few minutes I thought to myself.."I could fall off and get a very good look up close look".. but I stayed on my course. about an hour lter later I noticed the sea monster was a lot closer but heading away..and it was a whale. lol.
      > Bill
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      > --- In columbiasailingyachts@yahoogroups.com, "morgan r" <souljour2000@> wrote:
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      > > Sounds like a blast for sure...my only offshore experience is in the Gulf off West Central Florida...the Pacific coast would be a thrill...I am not familiar with the C-22 but will take a look now...ain't the internet grand?...ciao
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      > > --- In columbiasailingyachts@yahoogroups.com, "prepaydlegalast" <prepaydlegalast@> wrote:
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      > > > I was just out sailing recently overnight along the coast of Malabu with my Columbia 22. I love this boat! It's just the right size and very manageable and I can even row it if I have to! Here's from my story 'Twenty Three Hours at Sea': "As the mast head swung from side to side in the ocean swell, ten new stars reappeared from behind the sail and then were lost again from sight. It was amazing! Eventually the wind came out with gusto and I was already five miles out to sea sailing along the mountainous coast of Malabu. Mysterious lights on the mountains glowed yellow and gold as I passed. My green port light on the right side of the boat 'waved' goodbye! Read the rest at http://sailingwithalbie.blogspot.com :-)
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