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Old 06-22-2013
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Re: Bob Perry's take on Wolfenzee's dream boat

Nothing wrong with "cookie cutter" boats. Some people like them and it's their personal freedom to enjoy them. Enough of this judgmental BS. Smackers is right. You are contradicting yourself Wolf. What do you want? Freedom for you but not for the guy who happens to like Catalinas?

I think you deserve the award today.

I think you would agree that I show a lot of freedom in the range of boats I design, from traditional cruisers to contemorary and succesful racers. Right?
I used to own a Catalina. And I liked it.

Jak:
I sailed my first catamaran in 1963, maybe it was '64. It was a British built Cougar Cat with grp hulls and Bruynzeel decks. It was considered a "novelty" boat at the time. It was fast and fun but the plywood decks rotted and I don't think you can find one around anymore.
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