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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozmultis View Post
    I will be there in just on three months - get it to warm up.
    Hey Andrew I have just got back from my first night skiing......so the place is not a total right off in winter. Be sure to let me know when you are here, it would be great to catch up for a drink or so,

    Glenn

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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by ForumAdmin View Post
    What really makes the site is the members contributions, a fact I will never forget.
    Paul

    I have had several occassions recently when logging on, where the site unavailable has been the only answer. I put a number of posts up last night, and they are missing this morning. Is there a problem?
    Insanity is continuing to do the same thing and expecting different results

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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    I have had two members point out out connection problems.

    Nobody but you missing posts problems - that concerns me.

    I saw a few of your posts yesterday - are you sure the thread has not gone to another page?I think your posts are still there.

    The site is hosted in the USA - I will contact them about the connection problems but I cannot repeat them.

    Is anyone else out there having a problem?
    Safe Sailing
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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    Paul - almost everyday late in my afternoon - approx. 1700 UTC - I have trouble connecting to the site. Later in my evening, the problem has gone away. If the problem is on this side of the pond, perhaps somebody's Happy Hour is involved...........

    2 Hulls Dave

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    I talked to Paul about my connection problems a couple of weeks ago (Dec 23), and it's still the same.
    It is a strange problem, to me at least.
    Some time in the late afternoon (UTC) the browser can't find multihulls4us. I regularly solve the problem by changing to 2 public name servers instead of those allocated by my ISP.

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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    I have now had an apology from the hosting company but still need reports with as much details as possible,
    Safe Sailing
    Paul
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    Default Info about Wi-Fi and Irridium Internet conection .

    Hi Every one .

    Impressive site !!!

    I would appreciate getting opinions about the most effective
    Internet connection , I was told about satelite comunication
    or blue tooth signal amplifier like 5miles ... can anyone share his expirience with me ?
    I am about to sail around the Med for couple of month starting April and doing my preparations now .

    Thanks
    Andy

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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    Welcome to the forum.

    The 5 miles device is not bluetooth its WiFi.
    There is a thread in the Switch Owners Forum Here where the owners has one of these in use. Just post a message on that thread and ask.
    Safe Sailing
    Paul
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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    Thanks Paul

    Andy

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    Just joined as a new member. I like the warmth of this forum, thanks Paul, I'm going to enjoy myself here.

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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    Just joined, now I have something to get out of my system:

    God, Guns, Democrat, Republican, Ronald Reagan, Self Defense, etc...


    Okay, I feel better now. Who wants to go sailing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyTom View Post
    Just joined, now I have something to get out of my system:

    God, Guns, Democrat, Republican, Ronald Reagan, Self Defense, etc...


    Okay, I feel better now. Who wants to go sailing?
    Would love to, just need to get the stiff water (ice) out of the way

    Welcome AmyTom - if you are at the Miami Boat show, drop me a line, as there are several others from this forum going to meet up...

    Alan

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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    I will also be at the Miami show. Where are you meeting up? Thanks, Tim

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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by AmyTom View Post
    Just joined, now I have something to get out of my system:
    God, Guns, Democrat, Republican, Ronald Reagan, Self Defense, etc...
    Okay, I feel better now. Who wants to go sailing?
    Welcome, AmyTom!
    Have just been sailing for three days, good wind, company and wine! What more do members of this forum want / need? (No, I'm NOT starting a new thread).

    Regards from sunny Cape Town
    Roger

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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    Great site and am glad to be aboard. Heard about you at the Miami Boat Show so the word is definitely spreading.

    Loree
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    Beneteau Blue Two Heolios, Brittany

    Just found this site from link in french mag Multihulls World (excellent mag) congratulations,very very good.
    George Newbould

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    Default Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    Just joined and we are looking at several multi-hulls to live aboard in the San Juan Islands and Pudget Sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
    Just joined and we are looking at several multi-hulls to live aboard in the San Juan Islands and Pudget Sound.
    Welcome Bubba

    How big is your family if you are looking at several multihulls!

    Lots of guys here happy to help - as and where needed
    Insanity is continuing to do the same thing and expecting different results

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    Wink Re: Welcome to our New 'Mulltihullers' Forum

    There are 2 of us unless you count our adult children and soon grand children and my up-right bass, dobro's, banjo, my wifes mandolin and fiddle and visiting traveling musisans. We will be using a multi -hull sailboat for an office for our bussinesses when were not traveling for bussiness. It will be our primary home too. My wife travels a lot for work and I want a boat that I can single hand with electric wintches for the main hallard and head sails, I was injured in an auto accident and don't like the stress on my neck when I am pulling a wintch handle like I do now.

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    Bubba
    It would be better to move this to a new thread to allow this thread to do its welcome task. It would be useful to know the budget, and expectation.

    Some people consider a 27ft cat as right for two people, but for others, they prefer 50 ft! so we need to align the goalposts.
    Insanity is continuing to do the same thing and expecting different results

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