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post #21 of Old 11-25-2007
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Originally Posted by RandyonR3 View Post
For a lot of us, the pease and tranquality of cruising, or sailing is our escape from that which we live daily. the noise, the street signs, the people, and of corse..the laws that govern our silly asses. .....
Your reasons are uniquely yours and may not represent others who sail offshore. At least they donít reflect my reasons at all and they are not even close.
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Never design a boat that is weaker then the mast

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