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Old 08-16-2020, 10:33 PM   #1
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We went over around blake island and just spent the day running around. I thought crab was over. I saw tons of pots and wished i had brought my gear. I haven't crabbed yet with this boat.
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Old 08-16-2020, 10:57 PM   #3
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We went over around blake island and just spent the day running around. I thought crab was over. I saw tons of pots and wished i had brought my gear. I haven't crabbed yet with this boat.


Beautiful boat Magna! One day maybe...

Crabbing is still on through Sep 7th. The crabbing this year is crazy! Every pot we bring up is full. We’re currently at Hope Island (Deception Pass), was at Coupeville (Penn Cove Harbor) last night. Cheers!
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Honeymoon Bay, Whidbey Island WA. Our crabbing was not so great, only one keeper. But on the good side we were one of the only boats around.
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Old 08-17-2020, 08:46 PM   #12
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Sorry, I don't have a boat anymore, but today this roo decided he liked the taste of my lawn...
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My relief captain during our trip to PhiPhi island in Thailand few weeks ago
Fun pic ! You are lucky to be there. This group of 6 islands in one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen in the world. I have been 3 times there by private boat from Pukhet once after 2004 tsunami. Limestone cliffs are amazing. Is Maya Bay still closed to pleasure boats?
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Sorry, I don't have a boat anymore, but today this roo decided he liked the taste of my lawn...

We have kangaroo here too. Same basis but little bit different. Kangaroo baby carrier is Round Neck Casual T-Shirt with large and comfy pocket for baby.
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Fun pic ! You are lucky to be there. This group of 6 islands in one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen in the world. I have been 3 times there by private boat from Pukhet once after 2004 tsunami. Limestone cliffs are amazing. Is Maya Bay still closed to pleasure boats?
Thank you Jacques (Merci!!!) I’ve seen in your profile that you are from Perpignan, I grew up in Montpellier, so we were neighbours... now 24 years in Thailand!!! Yes PhiPhi island is beautiful and yes Maya bay is still closed to all visitors for corals rehab. PhiPhi is nice to visit during the Covid since there are almost no tourists and no invasion of speedboats...The cruising area in the region is fantastic, we spent 2 weeks in the Mergui Archipelago during Xmas and new year on board Teoratera and we had a fantastic time, not sure we can go back this Xmas due to borders closures...
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Thank you Jacques (Merci!!!) I’ve seen in your profile that you are from Perpignan, I grew up in Montpellier, so we were neighbours... now 24 years in Thailand!!! Yes PhiPhi island is beautiful and yes Maya bay is still closed to all visitors for corals rehab. PhiPhi is nice to visit during the Covid since there are almost no tourists and no invasion of speedboats...The cruising area in the region is fantastic, we spent 2 weeks in the Mergui Archipelago during Xmas and new year on board Teoratera and we had a fantastic time, not sure we can go back this Xmas due to borders closures...



Je t’en prie ! Merci à toi pour ta réponse. En effet nous étions très voisins !
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A short reply since right now I am underway from Santorini island to Paros island, Greece.

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I grow up in Perpignan but went to school in Montpellier from 5ieme to high school, at St François Regis school as a boarder, impasse Enclos Tissie Sarrus, Bd Ledru-Rollin, close by the Banque de France building. After high school graduation I went to Faculté de Médecine, the old one of Rabelais, Bd Gambetta, yes it was long time ago. I had medical practice courses at St Charles Hospital and St Eloi Hospital where my aunt worked with professor Mirouze (maybe you know this name). At that time I had a small flat avenue St Jaumes, my aunt is still living in Montpellier, avenue du Père Soulas (formelly Avenue de Grabels). Lot of boating in Golfe du Lion !

24 years in Thailand ! Wonderful. I have been many times in Thailand, everywhere; beautiful country, friendly people. I enjoyed many stays at Le Meridien Hotel Pukhet, also Club Med Pukhet (just 1 bay after Le Meridien), we toured Pukhet island riding Harley Davidson, etc..
Also I like Bangkok, always stay at Shangri-Là hotel on the Chao Praya river, enjoying five o’ clock tea at Mandarin-Oriental, then seafood BBQ dinner outside on the terrace (more a deck than a real terrace) of Sheraton Royal Orchid overlooking the river that is fascinating at night.

Sorry, the helm is calling me, more later. Enjoy your evening there.
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Your vessel is just stunning ! Congratulations.
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Je t’en prie ! Merci à toi pour ta réponse. En effet nous étions très voisins !
Out of courtesy to other members we still do it in English.
A short reply since right now I am underway from Santorini island to Paros island, Greece.

Pics in Santorini, yesterday and before yesterday
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I grow up in Perpignan but went to school in Montpellier from 5ieme to high school, at St François Regis school as a boarder, impasse Enclos Tissie Sarrus, Bd Ledru-Rollin, close by the Banque de France building. After high school graduation I went to Faculté de Médecine, the old one of Rabelais, Bd Gambetta, yes it was long time ago. I had medical practice courses at St Charles Hospital and St Eloi Hospital where my aunt worked with professor Mirouze (maybe you know this name). At that time I had a small flat avenue St Jaumes, my aunt is still living in Montpellier, avenue du Père Soulas (formelly Avenue de Grabels). Lot of boating in Golfe du Lion !

24 years in Thailand ! Wonderful. I have been many times in Thailand, everywhere; beautiful country, friendly people. I enjoyed many stays at Le Meridien Hotel Pukhet, also Club Med Pukhet (just 1 bay after Le Meridien), we toured Pukhet island riding Harley Davidson, etc..
Also I like Bangkok, always stay at Shangri-Là hotel on the Chao Praya river, enjoying five o’ clock tea at Mandarin-Oriental, then seafood BBQ dinner outside on the terrace (more a deck than a real terrace) of Sheraton Royal Orchid overlooking the river that is fascinating at night.

Sorry, the helm is calling me, more later. Enjoy your evening there.
Jacques.

Your vessel is just stunning ! Congratulations.
The world is very small, both my sister and my brother graduated from the same old faculte de medecine. They are in Beziers and Maureilhan right now, for me after one year studying there, I gave up and pursued other studies.
I see that you are cruising in Greece, my older daughter, is currently in Kefalonia with her fiancé, waiting to move to New York after having worked in Brussels for the last 9 years. She is a dentist, implentologist. My younger daughter, born in Thailand, is just 9 years old...so due to school obligations my cruising schedule is limited to school holidays although being retired...
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