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Re: Is sleeping OK?

Originally Posted by Cruisingdad View Post

...PSS Is it just me, or is the deepest freaking sleep of your lives when at sea? Oh my ghosh, but about 12-18 hours out and I am in the deepest REM and dreams of my life. At the same time I am also more in-tune with every noise and creak and can tell by them when something is not right. Just me????? DOn't lie!! I'll tell you this: if they sold a maching that made like a sailboat at sea, I would buy it and live my life in bliss (at least until a woman's voice came on and said, "honey... your turn!")
Me too. I sleep like the dead when I have my wife or one of our kids at the helm or when anchored in a good holding area.

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