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Founding Member, J105 Race Crew


San Francisco, CA

Member since:

April 3, 2009

How would you describe your sailing experience? At the end of your description include a title for yourself (look at other profiles, or the about page for ideas)

No experience whatsoever until Jan. 08. So far have taken 2 US sailing certified classes (Basic Keelboat & Basic Cruising) and plan to take Bareboat Cruising this March. Accelerated my learning curve by racing on numerous boats this past summer.

What type boats have you sailed on - or dream of sailing on? What sort of sailing do you do? Cruising, racing, beercans, YRA . . . Transpac??

Mainly J/24s, Olson 25s, J/105s, Tartan 10s, as well as a handful of other boats. If I were a boat, I'd be a performance racer. Something fast, comfortable & versatile enough to race as well as long distance cruises.

If you are a private boat owner -- please describe your vessel in as much detail as you can.

To be Cont'd... Once I procure my own vessel, details will follow.

Do you have any US sailing or ASA certificates? Do you bareboat charter?

US sailing Basic Keelboat, Basic Cruising. Soon to be Bareboat Cruising Certified.

Are you disabled or have limited mobility? You'll be welcomed, but it's very important for skippers to know ahead of time to keep everyone safe while sailing (you included).

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To sail as much as possible.

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Being able to sail with good people on a weekly basis in a relaxed, fun, inexpensive environment makes this group a great place for people to experience the joys of sailing.

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