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Name: Mike
From: Kingston
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Hats off to you!
 
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Name: Josh
From: Louisville, KY
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Cool site. Thanks for the knot videos... just learned to sail recently down in Florida and bought an O'Day Daysailer to putz around in. Keep up the good work.
 
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Name: Deepak
From: Ashbridges Bay, Toronto
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You guys rock!
 
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Name: Rosemary Charlton
From: Oakville
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Name: David Carmichael
From: Doty Island Wisconsin
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Hi Guys, fell into your website quite by accident. Last year I bought an O'day 25, and have yet to have an experience sailor aboard, learning the hard way (I always was a bit headstrong). I typically sail the Green Bay. So far it is a scream!! I've had some great cruises to local anchorages, had the s--t scared out of me in weather, and have fallen in love with sailing. I look forward to reading your website 'cover to cover'.
 
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Name: Isabel Marant Bekket Sneakers
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I like this weblog very much so much good information.
 
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Name: Tim
From: Chatham
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Fantastic site! Thank you for all your hard work! I loved reading your stories. They are very exciting and well written.
 
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Name: RaeAnn
From: Toronto
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Thanks for all the great info! I do not ( yet) have a boat but dream of living aboard...I worked at the Toronto Island Marina and hope to find out this weekend aout working at the IYC, so I have the bug.
I love reading about your adventures living aboard, so close to where I am!
 
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Name: John Scholey
From: England
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Hi there,
I just found your very interesting site. I live in Toronto now and might one day get a boat like yours to live on.I used to sail a dingy in Spain for a few years and loved it. I came to Port Credit and chatted to a number of folk who live on their boats.
At the moment its just a dream but in the meantime I'm trying to get myself established as an artist.
I painted a picture of a schooner recently.
beautiful boat you have. I like the idea of a steel hulled ketch my ideal boat. I was told it would be very difficult to get a loan for an older boat..maybe steel is more secure?
brilliant job thanks
John Scholey
 
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Name: Will Rogers
From: Mid Chesapeake Bay
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Great site..Got a Cal 25 over the summer not knowing anything.sailed it home over a hundred miles using Sailing for Dummies in 20 mph winds.Meet a man by the name of Wally Moran cruising the bay from up your way.just good stuff all together. Shooting for a liveaboard for my 4 year old son and I asap. Fell over the side raising the main the other day after setting the genoea,grabed a sheet along the way and pulled my self-along the side instructing him to steer it ashore till we ran aground. Need to a rope ladder to have handy on the stern. Never want to have that fear of hitting the water and thinking your about to watch your boat and child sail away.
 
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