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 Post subject: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
PostPosted: Feb 2nd, '12, 21:58 
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Sail out of : Redcliffe Bribie Lake Somerset
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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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NAME - Jen Steele-Farrier
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Last edited by zebedee on Sep 21st, '12, 23:54, edited 1 time in total.
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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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I guess the first three posts have had the email addresses "open" for months so no point in changing them, but public posts in forums like this are one of the easiest places for automated spammer programs to pick up valid email addresses!

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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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NAME - Aidan Carlan
LOCATION - Banora Point NSW
YACHT - Noelex 25 "Zam"
BASE - Yacht is kept at Rudy Maas, Stieglitz
TOW HACK - 1993 10HP diesel Pajero, thats why I keep it in a marina.
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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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Welcome aboard Aidan. Hope to see you on the water sometime!

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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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Interests: sailing, guitar, fishing, all-grain home brewing, computing, photography, camping, long walks on the beach, pina coladas, getting caught in the rain... :P

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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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Hi bonj, welcome to TSP!

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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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Name: Kate & Chris Rose (Lofty & Rozy)

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Yacht: Sonata7 - Moonspinner

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Interests: books and boats, new to cruising and Moreton bay .. Want to explore all that we can.




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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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Name. Dennis Gray

Location Narangba... Launch at VMR Shorncliffe

Yacht Griffin GTS 17 'Doffy'.

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Interests Sailing Moreton Bay, camping, bit of painting, story writing. Been pulled up in enthusiasm for them by Chemotherapy.


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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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Boat recently purchased and looking forward to many days of sailing.

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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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The whole site will be 10 years old on Oct 9.

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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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Time flies... doesn't seem that long!

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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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NAME - Tom
LOCATION - Gardens Point, Brisbane - Liveaboard
YACHT - Red Witch 19

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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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Tom - you live aboard the Red Witch?

That sounds interesting you need to tell us how you find it and how you have arranged the boat.

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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
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I sure do.
I sleep on the V-Berth (Needed to replace the mattress as the original was still on board and was doing my back in), then use the two quarter berths for stuff.
One has drawers for clothes/crockery etc and the other has my kitchen: Coleman camping sink (battery fed) for running water, tiny Waeco fridge and a small camping stove (The explodey kind)(I want to replace it with a two burner unit with an oven).
I then have a cassette toilet and a tv/dvd player on a monitor arm attached to the wall.

Power is battery backed solar (2x 40W panels, 1x 135ah lead-acid deep cycle) and is somewhat lacking at least in winter.

It's cramped and bouncy when the city cats (and peoples tenders) go past, but it's been home since January.

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 Post subject: Re: TSP S.E QUEENSLAND
PostPosted: Jul 31st, '17, 09:03 
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Only a short swim from the storey bridge then?

Next time I'm in the office I'll see if i can spot you ;)


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