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Old 05-27-2014, 01:35 PM   #15
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Are we really ever ex-sailors? Whenever I see a sailboat I still get that feeling of wanderlust. I have the frame of mind I'm just going to check out some inland ports without water.
O.K.

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Wind is free... Fuel... is not.
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Wind is free... Fuel... is not.
Agreed, but it can and sometimes does cost plenty to catch that wind.

No matter what our "hobby", it is going to cost.

Take a widget that retails for $1.00. Put "Marine" or "RV" on the package and the price goes up to $3.00
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I couldn't have said it better. Anything marine seems at least multiple times more expensive. I have to say wind was cheaper than the cabin cruisers burning 1000s of $$$ in fuel for a single trip to block island and back to NJ.
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