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Re: Pros and cons of steel sailboats

Once hit a car- yes a car- floating half submersed in a Tayana 37 coming back from Hamilton. Things that go bump in the night. No damage. Kinda takes some of the wind out of BS sails. Agree rubbing on a reef the mohls number (? Do I have the right scale) for Fe is better but in the real world is this a significant issue.
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Shitski OUT:
You were probably on the wrong side of the road.
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Re: Pros and cons of steel sailboats

It still had the white PLASTIC stuck to the roof. That must be what saved me.all praises to the church of swainology.
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Re: Pros and cons of steel sailboats

:... OK, now you guys are having too much fun
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Yeah, I had some fun. And now I am paying for it.
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Re: Pros and cons of steel sailboats

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Once hit a car- yes a car- floating half submersed in a Tayana 37 coming back from Hamilton. Things that go bump in the night. No damage. Kinda takes some of the wind out of BS sails. Agree rubbing on a reef the mohls number (? Do I have the right scale) for Fe is better but in the real world is this a significant issue.
Sorry, but I just can't resist - how did a car get half submerged in a Tayana 37?

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It was probably a BrentBoat you hit. According to a friend, one was sitting just beneath the water on a rock (submarine-mode) in that area waiting for low tide about the time you mention. Dry as bone inside of course. The owner was having ice cream. You probably mistook the mast for a channel marker pylon or old tree and cut it too close.

Just goes to show how strong BrentBoats are. Ripped your flimsy outdrive right out. The BrentBoat didn't have a scratch once it surfaced and moved to another rock the next day when the towtruck driver came and hitched it back up.

60+ years is impressive, but with all due respect, I notice you don't have steel on your list of past boat materials. So you can't possibly understand the merits of Swaintology.
How's your Brentblock??

I once hit a fire hydrant. However it wasn't hidden, or submerged. It was in fact attached to a marina, well it was attached to the Marina until I hit it with my bow roller, which is luckily made out of stainless steel. Hey why don't more people make boats out of 318?

Either way I guess the story is kind of irrelevant, other than that incident (and my wife repeatedly) did remind me that the best cruising philosophy is to NOT hit things.
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I'm getting a little worried. It seems he might be backing out. I don't get it. How could someone turn down over 500% in profit and a chance to prove the naysayers wrong?
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