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Thanks for all the replies! I guess it probably would be nice to have a potty on board. Though its not a deal breaker. Those Bluenoses are pretty boats! I'll put that on my list of boats to look at. I definitely want to keep it close to 20ft or less though! Off to look up Bluenoses now...
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If you want a bluenose, I know of at least two.

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I had a hunter 23 some time back.. I can't begin to imagine 4 people on a 22 ish foot boat. weight is somewhere from 400 - 600 lbs for 4 adults

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We routinely sail with 4-6 on our 23' boat.
And the medium sized dog and the small sports dog.

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BLJ: What sport is the small dog playing while you are sailing?
Hopefully not 'fetch'.

"Small sports dog"?! What sports does he play?

I know! Ultimate frizbee and he's great at it. Right?

Maybe you meant he liked playing on a miniature chess board?

I've thought of nothing and I'm all out of ideas.
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small sports dog- he's sort of like the MG Midget of dogs. Not horribly useful, not the fastest, but cutely amusing.

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S2 7.3 Fun and Fast

I had an S2 7.3 in 2003-2005 and it was fun fast little boat. I know it's a 24 but it handles 4 people, has a marine porta-pottie and usually can be found with a trailer. There are many on Sailboatlisting and Yachtworld.
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Thanks for all the replies! I guess it probably would be nice to have a potty on board. Though its not a deal breaker. Those Bluenoses are pretty boats! I'll put that on my list of boats to look at. I definitely want to keep it close to 20ft or less though! Off to look up Bluenoses now...

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small sports dog- he's sort of like the MG Midget of dogs. Not horribly useful, not the fastest, but cutely amusing.
Sorry to harangue you on this point but I can't seem to sleep and this was in my head. Even though I can't sleep I can't bring myself to grab pictures from your wonderfully amusing blog of your "not horribly useful, not the fastest, but cutely amusing" "small sports dog".
I have heard of show dogs, lap dogs, hot dogs, feral dogs, hairy dogs, hairless dogs, boat dogs, seeing eye dogs, service dogs, hunting dogs and in fact some incredibly smart dogs; some smarter then the average human being. I have never heard of a "small sports dog" unless he or she actually plays a sport like in the extremely entertaining Puppy Bowl that they broadcast alongside the US football game called the Super Bowl.

I also happen to have a pet although mine is a cat. My cat is actually quite good at cat soccer for about 30 seconds (something you might call football) but I do not consider my cat a soccer or football cat. The implications would be horrendous. My cat also likes iced water and prefers it to regular tap water. Similarly I do not call her an ice water cat as that has other connotations that make me think about ice water running in her veins and sitting on my face at night to suffocate me. Shudder! My cat also seems to have a highly developed sense of Feng Shui but I do not call her a Zen cat or Feng Shui cat because, well, you can figure out why. See attached picture for illustration please.

So, I beg you to reconsider that the "small sports dog" label simply means you have a small dog who happens to be sporty and is not a small MG sports car, or any kind of combustion engine or a car for that matter. I don't know what they teach you up there in Ontario but I'm sure it is quite in depth as you Canadians still enjoy warm relations with the British Empire, which used to be huge. I'm sure you also know that the British are known for their styling of their sports cars and not so much for their engines or electronics. I give you: Lucas - Prince of Darkness - Lucas Electrical Humor Jokes
as an example of British scientists creativity and humour.

I also note that you have a big, hairy, gray dog you have referred to as a "Wookie", which is much more appropriate, if inaccurate. I have never heard you refer to him as a sports dog unless you consider cleaning up after such a hairy beast a sport. I happen to think both of your dogs are cute and I am quite certain they are both amusing in many ways but neither one of them should be compared to some kind of combustion powered conveyance like a sports car or mini-bus for fleas. They are both dogs, whether small, large, hairy or short haired but my cat is still smarter then both of us.

Sincerely,
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Also consider a Shark 24. It's an absolute blast to sail,cheap and readily available around Kingston. If you want to race thereis quite a fleet at KYC.
Easily single handed, had a big cockpit and a wee cabin.

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Sorry to harangue you on this point but I can't seem to sleep and this was in my head. Even though I can't sleep I can't bring myself to grab pictures from your wonderfully amusing blog of your "not horribly useful, not the fastest, but cutely amusing" "small sports dog".
I have heard of show dogs, lap dogs, hot dogs, feral dogs, hairy dogs, hairless dogs, boat dogs, seeing eye dogs, service dogs, hunting dogs and in fact some incredibly smart dogs; some smarter then the average human being. I have never heard of a "small sports dog" unless he or she actually plays a sport like in the extremely entertaining Puppy Bowl that they broadcast alongside the US football game called the Super Bowl.

I also happen to have a pet although mine is a cat. My cat is actually quite good at cat soccer for about 30 seconds (something you might call football) but I do not consider my cat a soccer or football cat. The implications would be horrendous. My cat also likes iced water and prefers it to regular tap water. Similarly I do not call her an ice water cat as that has other connotations that make me think about ice water running in her veins and sitting on my face at night to suffocate me. Shudder! My cat also seems to have a highly developed sense of Feng Shui but I do not call her a Zen cat or Feng Shui cat because, well, you can figure out why. See attached picture for illustration please.

So, I beg you to reconsider that the "small sports dog" label simply means you have a small dog who happens to be sporty and is not a small MG sports car, or any kind of combustion engine or a car for that matter. I don't know what they teach you up there in Ontario but I'm sure it is quite in depth as you Canadians still enjoy warm relations with the British Empire, which used to be huge. I'm sure you also know that the British are known for their styling of their sports cars and not so much for their engines or electronics. I give you: Lucas - Prince of Darkness - Lucas Electrical Humor Jokes
as an example of British scientists creativity and humour.

I also note that you have a big, hairy, gray dog you have referred to as a "Wookie", which is much more appropriate, if inaccurate. I have never heard you refer to him as a sports dog unless you consider cleaning up after such a hairy beast a sport. I happen to think both of your dogs are cute and I am quite certain they are both amusing in many ways but neither one of them should be compared to some kind of combustion powered conveyance like a sports car or mini-bus for fleas. They are both dogs, whether small, large, hairy or short haired but my cat is still smarter then both of us.

Sincerely,
Caleb D.

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1. I knew you were a cat person.
2. Best late night drunk post. Ever. Today.


"I AM a sports dog! Kicking cat ass is a sport, right?"
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