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Group Outings and Com-pac Events / Re: clr attendance
« Last post by Bob23 on Yesterday at 07:31:53 PM »
I'm old blood...but I'll be there!
Horizon Cats / How long are the berths in a Com-Pac Horizon Cat?
« Last post by captronr on Yesterday at 07:02:21 PM »
Question from TSBB.  Appreciate answer.
Group Outings and Com-pac Events / Re: clr attendance
« Last post by sailen69 on Yesterday at 03:18:55 PM »
Yes, I will be there.  Most likely with a Compac 16.
Group Outings and Com-pac Events / clr attendance
« Last post by kickingbug1 on Yesterday at 11:50:07 AM »
   looks like this year we will be missing a few of our long time sailors. it is still early but sarah  and I would like to get confirmation on who  will be attending in june. you can e mail me or call 317)292-0258 or contact me here. I'm thinking that this year we will have a windward- leeward race which should make it easier to navigate. I have a new idea for stand up markers with orange flags which I will be working on soon. I would still like to do the "cruise to the silo" and a night sail. as always we will have the "meet and greet" at the winery, corn hole tourney and of course the awards dinner. I know that john, roger, dan, rich, and matt are coming for sure so anyway let me know. and lets get some new blood involved
Sun Cats / Re: remote for sunday cat outboard
« Last post by rbh1515 on January 22, 2018, 11:42:23 PM »
If you like electric, Torqeedo is the best bet, especially with the remote throttle.  YouTube video of my daughter taking the HDC out.
Group Outings and Com-pac Events / Re: CBMWG 3.0
« Last post by Bob23 on January 22, 2018, 05:53:11 PM »
  Fresh back from the infamous BBB Mid Winter Gathering of the East Coast Compac-o-nauts, I am looking forward once again meeting up with old and new friends a the CBMWG! Of course, my reputation has been permanently tarnished from last year so things can only look up from here!
  Depending on the weather and my mood, I may refrain from driving the Porsche down thar and bring the Guideboat "Straggler" perched atop the mighty and intrepid Tundra. Like I said, depending on my mood.
Com-Pac Sailors Lounge / Re: Finally "Got ComPac"
« Last post by Leonardo on January 22, 2018, 02:37:44 PM »
I'm leaving for Puerto Rico Friday to do more volunteer work. If I get back by the 17th I'll do the Chesapeake meet. Today I registered my boat and put on the new numbers. She is ready to sail!
CP-19's / Re: Compac 19 vids on Youtube
« Last post by MGS on January 22, 2018, 08:51:50 AM »
Ok, now you got me thinking.  The Eclipse is out due to weight (2200 lbs).  The Suncat (1500 lbs) however seems a good fit for me as I like the room.  Down side is the price and it's a cat rig, which I've never sailed.  I also like the enclosed transom of the Suncat as opposed to the Eclipse.  How seaworthy is the Suncat vs CP19?  I intend to use the boat for coastal bay and blue water (Atlantic) sailing.  The shallow draft of only 14" of the Suncat is appealing too.
Group Outings and Com-pac Events / Re: CBMWG 3.0
« Last post by Mas on January 22, 2018, 07:13:54 AM »
At 1700 on 1/20/18 Susan and I tipped a glass while at a music event to the group of Compacteers gathered up in Joisey land to celebrate this thing called sailing! It is now time to get those glasses lined up for "that other" mid winter event!

The ice has finally released it's grip on the bay, the days are slowly growing longer, the stories getting embellished, the faces of friends found cuz of this incredible forum missed. It must be time for Chesapeake Bay Mid Winter Gathering (CBMWG 3.0)  on 2/17/17. Warning to those who who may be coming, your reputation will be permanently impaired and the possibility of getting another boat may be enhanced, don't know why, it just happens! We are probably gunna set up a betting pool as to whether Bob will actually get that 16 or no! Pedro now has a sailboat again and has had these long winter evenings to get her looking good!

The Venue, Merrior, has now been named the most popular restaurant in Virginia. It is a pretty special place, and now we just gotta fill it with special people.  :)

T minus 26 and counting!
CP-25's / Re: Looking to upgrade from 23 to 25
« Last post by brackish on January 21, 2018, 11:33:01 AM »
How many clams are ya thinking, Moonlight?

Bob, clams are not legal tender in South Louisiana.  You need to think in terms of how many bags of oysters. :)
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