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Re: Ready To Go Back In?

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I think it's a mis-characterization of my comments to link Yachtworld listings of boats that you have selected, and then try to make it look like I said they are "practially worthless." I was not looking to diss anyone else's boat, since stuff like that is poor style up here- TakeFive
With due respect this is exactly what you said. Your words practically worthless are yours not mine. Here is what you said

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I had a similar concern and made the opposite conclusion. For a 25 foot boat, the side decks are so narrow that they're practically worthless, so might as well get rid of them and have a wider coach roof (which is what they did on the C250)-Takefive.
IMHO That could be construed as dissing someone who bought a boat with side decks on a 25 footer. Its exactly why I reacted.

I apoligize for bringing another threads contents into this one ( the one where we were discussing jackline placement)

Back to our regularly scheduled program.

Looks like we may have some company on the Bay this weekend as many are splashing this week. Weather looks like it may start warming up long term
Hopefully that little nighmare yesterday of snow ( we got 6 inches and its almost gone already) is the last throes of the winter. We need March to go out like a lamb so everyone else cathes up and get in the water.

I may be helping another SN bring his new to him boat to Cape May/ Atlantic City/ Barneget Bay this weekend if its is fixed up as it had engine troubles. If not we will be out sailing on the Patapsco on Saturday.

Dave
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