Re: [Amel] A new member

Lars H. Knudsen <museum@...>

Hi 'Jl'

Thanks a lot for you quote.

If others have experiences with the cost of having a Santorin/Maramu in Spain then please share your information.

I can tell you that cost in Tunisia is 1.800 Euro/Year at present including power and water at El Kantaoui which is probably one of the more expensive marinas. The marina is extremely secure and have quite decent facilities for yachts (toilets, batch, clubroom etc), lots of restaurants, supermarkets and the third largest city in Tunisia nearby, Sousse.

Best regards,

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Sendt: 23. juli 2009 15:28
Emne: Re: SV: [Amel] A new member

In PREMIA de MAR (Barcelona) it's 4000€/year for 14m*4,75
Lars H. Knudsen a écrit :

Hi Ivan

Can you tell me what you pay for your berth or mooring in Mallorca?

I am considering moving my Santorin from Tunisia to Spain later this year
and are currently investigating the costs involved.

Best regards,


Santorin Salvagny #79

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Sendt: 23. juli 2009 11:11
Emne: Re: [Amel] A new member

Hi Xaviar

We are on a Satorin in Mallorca but we come from the north
of Ireland. I still think the best cruising ground in the
world is the west coast of Ireland.

Enjoy your cruising

Ivan Campbell

Ocean Hobo

Hi guys,

I just join the group and thought that I had to introduce

My name is Xavier a french fellow sailor currently sailing
and living aboard a 1993 Santorin sloop that my late father
bought brand new. The boat has already sailed around the
world and done a few transat either with my parents on
board or with some close friends of them.

After three years on shore, I finaly decided that it was
time for the boat and I to get wet again.

I am actually in west Ireland with a friend of mine and
after visiting the Aran Island, we are coming back home in
Normandy to prepare the boat for a new trans atlantic that
I will do alone.

I have been sailing on this boat more than 5000 miles
already (must of them as a deck hand) and I am looking
forward more adventures. So far the plan is to sail from
Normandy across biscane bay then to Madeira, Cape Verde,
Senegal, Brasil, Venezuela ... and then who knows.

I am lookimg forward all the advices I can get on this
forum concerning preparing, upgrading and maintening the

Sail smooth


PS : sorry for my rought english


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