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Thumbs up S/V Sereia Cruising Site

Some time ago, I remember following a link from the Latitude 38 site about a young couple with a Mariner 36. They did a video in a 'pimp my ride' style about the art school, multi-color paint job they did to the boat.

At this point they've done quite a bit of cruising, and the ship's logs and news reports on their site are relatively light-hearted and fun--

http://www.svsereia.com/

There, you can learn what pregnancy while cruising can be like, review their well-known video, as well as learn about other little-known topics such as 'maggots aboard.'

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THIS JUST IN... We have maggots!

Yes, a colony of maggots has made its appearance in the vicinity of the galley drain.

“They’re hardy little f---ers,” says Captain Peter. “I tossed ‘em in a jar of bleach and they were swimmin’ around five, six minutes later.”

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Jim...ahhh yes...I had forgotten about them. Wonderful writing...thanks for reminding me to look again!

For those you you a bit tired of reading Sway's polemics...and still dreaming of the "romance" of cruising distant tropical seas...please click on the link above...then click on "Tall Tales" ...then Click on "The Christmas Poo" and I guarantee your notions will be dis-abused along with a couple of great belly laughs!!

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There are some really great photos there also! Very funny site. Thanks for posting it.
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Great site, very funny and real.

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I love the way they bring humor into their everyday lives, that is what being free and living is all about. i think they tried to make the paint scheme look like a nursery

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