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post #20 of Old 04-16-2013
olson34
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Re: Oh my god oh my god oh my god oh my god...

Salty and Traditional, in all of the best ways.
Lovely sheer!
Now that's a craft with a great "row away" factor...


From your description this was one of those rare "one percent boats". (Maybe half a percent...). In good times and bad, there will always be eager buyers for such craft because they are SO difficult to find.

Fair winds!!

LB
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