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Name Carolyn Lynn Greene
Date 2006-01-25 11:59:46
Message Love your stuff.

Name Rob
Date 2006-01-17 01:54:34
Message Ahoy all, Found your web site, well i`m not sure how i found it but i did. Great site and I have spent quite a few days in boot key on S/V Chiqui, a blue hulled Irwin 37 owned by Captn Vern, that was at Dockside for 2 years. Also displaced by the sale of the marina. Have not been down since moving the boat back to Charleston SC on 6/05 but will be leaving here 1/23 ariving in Boot key 2/10. Will try and look you up. I had the pleasure of meeting Bj several times and my heart goes out to all of you.

Name katy & charlie
Date 2005-08-31 19:05:14
Message Hi Friends!
Finally got on to your website and it looks fabulous.
Think about you two much and we hope to see you in the new future!
Katy and Charlie

Name Debbie Skidmore
Date 2005-08-15 16:13:49
Message (Original Post Date: 09-May-2005 19:26:29)

Charmaine, I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed
your website. I am a member of the liveaboard
and the Chesapeakebay list on Sailnet. I have
always enjoyed your postings and have learned
so much from you. I will be looking for you
when we are able to head south. We have a
Hunter 466 and are spending time on the
Chesapeake this summer, with a small sidetrip
south down the ICW to some places in NC. I
wish you and your family the best.

Name Wolfie & Vera
Date 2005-08-14 15:43:17
Message (Original Post Date: 01-Apr-2005 03:53:43)

City: Markt Schwaben Country: Bavaria, germany

Hi my seet Charmaine!

It's such a nice site you've built there with so much beautifull pictures! I will (no: I must) visit you one time there in Marathon, and we will go on tour with your boat!

Hugs and Kisses from your German Son Wolfie (in association with Vera)

Name Captain Lee
Date 2005-08-14 15:28:08
Message (Original Post Date: 23-Jan-2005)
City: Key West 16:26:44

Love your website. Ran acrosst it by accident.
Keep up the good work. Very nice.

Name Julie Becker
Date 2005-08-14 15:29:27
Message (Original Post Date: 08-Mar-2005 14:45:46)
City: Fond du Lac Country: USA

Hi Bill & Charmaine - was checking out the
keysy.com website and read of the upheaval
taking place at Dockside. We are sorry to hear
of the changes and about all your friends who
will be displaced.Our best wishes and thoughts
are with you all. Came across the link to your
website and Terry and I have thoroughly enjoyed
reading about and seeing the photos of your
life at sea.As always, we are in awe and hope
that you are having the time of your life! We
are planning a trip to the keys in November,
sure hope we have a chance to see you if you're
around. Take care and enjoy! Love,

Name Wayne Bumm
Date 2005-08-14 15:30:53
Message (Original Post Date: 09-Mar-2005 19:44:45))
City: Williamstown,NJ Country: USA

Hello,Great site.I will stop by often.My wife
and I towed our Catalina 270 to the Keys in
2003,April&May.We had it lifted in at Marathon
Boatyard and used Burdines as our base.We went
over to the Dockside several times in our
dingy.Neat place,hate to see it change.We will
be heading down the ICW in two years to spend
the winter in the Keys.When we returned to NJ,we
ended up with a Beneteau 331 with the swing keel
which will be great in the Keys.I came across
your site on the Lats&Atts Board.Good
photos,reminds me of the great time my wife&I
had down there.If you guys are still down there
in a couple of years,we will try to look you up.
Keep on Sailing,Wayne on Bum's Rest

Name Randy Johnson
Date 2005-08-14 15:32:01
Message (Original Post Date: 15-Mar-2005 13:45:54)

Name: Randy Johnson E-mail:
City: Tulsa Country: USA
Homepage: www.SellingSandSprings.com

Hi Guys,
I have not gone to your web site for
awhile...boy was I surprised! It's great, I
especially enjoyed the pics of family. The kids
look great and Bill, your mom and dad look like
they are doing well....and I had not seen Danny
since before we got out of high school!!! Take
care and write soon.....I wish I were back in
old FLA! Have fun, Randy

Name Nancy (Oest) Blakely
Date 2005-08-14 15:33:41
Message (Original Post Date: 15-Mar-2005 14:29:17)
City: Havana, IL Country:

Randy Johnson gave me your website. What a
great life you have! We're having a class
reunion (35th!!) this summer (July 9)& hope you
can come! Do you have a land address you can
send me? We'll be sending out invitations
soon. Take care! Nancy

Name Brian & Heather Bart
Date 2005-08-14 15:35:06
Message (Original Post Date: 22-Mar-2005 06:28:00 )

City: North Berwick, Maine
Homepage: www.twin-cedars.net

We just bought a Lancer 36 full rig. You kindly
responded to my question to the Lancer list.
Great job on the web site and maybe we'll pass
you at sea sometime. Enjoy and keep up the good

Name Seth Green
Date 2005-08-14 15:36:05
Message (Original Post Date: 22-Mar-2005 16:59:35)
Name: Seth Green
City: Boston MA Country: USA

Great pictures. Thanks for the ones of your
boat undersail. Now I know what my sails are
supposed to look like. Keep smiling and
shairing you life with us out here who continue
to dream.

Name Tom Hamilton
Date 2005-08-14 15:37:27
Message (Original Post Date: 23-Mar-2005 07:24:07)

Guys; I also co-own a lancer 36. I would agree they are under valued. I actually contacted Bill Lee and got a bit of info on the boat directly from him if you are interrested. Your web site is outstanding. We have our boat in Jacksonville this winter. Would love to talk to you guys about sailing 6'22'' draft in the keys. I was supposed to do a charterr out of Islamorada last Thur,
Fri and Sat but weather on Thurs was bad so
cancelled. Regards, Tom

Name Pat Shad
Date 2005-08-14 15:38:31
Message (Original Post Date: 23-Mar-2005 18:05:13)

City: Chatham Country:

Hello Bill and Charmaine. John Thomas and I were
just talking about a class reunion this summer.
He told me about your site. Fantastic ...

The boys and I are doing fine. Justin's working
(a little) and attends LLCC. Hunter's a Junior
at GHS and is on one of the best competative
Soccer teams in the State. (I'm hoping for a
scholarship.) Keep in touch.

PS. When can I come visit. (Do I have to bring a
swim suit? LOL)

Name Charles Lisciandro
Date 2005-08-14 15:39:33
Message (Original Post Date: 24-Mar-2005 14:59:54)

City: San Clemente, CA Country:

Hey Guys, Your web-site is awesome. I came
across your e-mail about a person thinking
seriously about buying a 36' Lancer. If he
does by her I know he won't regret it. I never
did. My wife and I purchased our Lancer almost
2 yrs ago this coming Sept. Her name is MARY
ALICE. She loves the wind. Especially, when the
wind is blow about 20-25 mph. We sail he from
Los Angeles to Catalina about 5 to 6 times a
year. It usually takes us about 4 hours. Then
comes alot more R & R. Well, I gots to go.
Enjoy. Charles

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