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Hi, I'm Scott, retired engineer, I have been traveling for many years on my 50' trawler, Mona Mona .
What kind of sailboat is a "trawler?"

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You're all thinking it......

Translating the OP post - The guy is looking for someone to have sex with while traveling with him to SF on his boat, plain and simple. He wants a woman financially stable so he doesn't have to "pay" for her every want and need on the way. If he ain't getting what he want, he can "dump her" at a port along the way and not feel financially responsible for her getting back to wherever. He wants a "older" woman to avoid mind games with a younger one and possibly being her "daddy" figure. A woman more his age will also be more likely to have more in common with him, which will lead to conversation, then a glass of wine, and then.....

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That was quite a translation Dr B. Not sure of the accuracy but enjoyed the humor greatly. Thanks.
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Well, after all, it is a trawler.
Birds fly.
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Trawlers trawl.
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Whats wrong with a daddy figure? The older I get, the more I'm going to be relying on that.


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Translating the OP post - The guy is looking for someone to have sex with while traveling with him to SF on his boat, plain and simple. He wants a woman financially stable so he doesn't have to "pay" for her every want and need on the way. If he ain't getting what he want, he can "dump her" at a port along the way and not feel financially responsible for her getting back to wherever. He wants a "older" woman to avoid mind games with a younger one and possibly being her "daddy" figure. A woman more his age will also be more likely to have more in common with him, which will lead to conversation, then a glass of wine, and then.....

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Translating the OP post - The guy is looking for someone to have sex with while traveling with him to SF on his boat, plain and simple. He wants a woman financially stable so he doesn't have to "pay" for her every want and need on the way. If he ain't getting what he want, he can "dump her" at a port along the way and not feel financially responsible for her getting back to wherever. He wants a "older" woman to avoid mind games with a younger one and possibly being her "daddy" figure. A woman more his age will also be more likely to have more in common with him, which will lead to conversation, then a glass of wine, and then.....

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That was quite a translation Dr B. Not sure of the accuracy but enjoyed the humor greatly. Thanks.
Although I may not as candid at DrB. But hit the nail on the head. I have seen so many Female Crew wanted post in the post, nothing more than just looking for free sex.


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If he can get free sex more power to him.We should be kind & I wish him sucess.BTW a trawler is a motor sailer w/o sails.marc
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LOL...well said...
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Well, after all, it is a trawler.
Birds fly.
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Trawlers trawl.

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This thread is too damn funny!!!

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