Re: Suggest a second experience for an American?
- From: David Long <David@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 08:10:58 +0000
In message <f80d675c-d163-4ec8-bc1e-1e7bfd7945a9@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, jpwoodruff@xxxxxxxxx writes
On Jan 19, 8:55 am, "Neil Arlidge" <ne...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>Stick as on a narrow boat or similar - as opposed to a wheel on a cruiser.
If John likes steering sticks he has one choice of hirebase
Wow. I already may have failed the test. I'm not sure how I feel
about steering "sticks" :-[ Sailboat "sticks"? Aids to navigation?
I'm interested to learn a little more about Irish cruising grounds.No problems there - they serve both.
What are typical cruising distances there? We are strangers there so
will we find our way alright - places for lunch, dinner, overnight
moorings, and so on? Do you lay up on anchor (as blue-water boats) or
Is it fair for me to to simplify: First I choose between pubs with
Guiness and pubs with bitter, right?
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