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Old 11-02-2009
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Great quotes thus far in what is shaping up to be another SiNcity classic:

"Intimate experience berth" - now a new marketing term for sailboats. "Yes, it does have a fine galley and open, airy salon. But, check out this steamy intimate experience berth, or IEB. And yes - that IS shag carpet and a disco ball."

"Inevitably, one will be forced to crawl over their partner in the middle of the night for some reason." - well, yeah, kind of the point I'd say! Maybe "...crawl ALL over..." would be more apropos.

"There should be no need on a cruising boat for anyone to sleep [etc.] where people sit down to eat." Ewww. That's what the IEB is for.

"When I drive my 42' to weather in chop, it seems most of the spray lands amidship, right where a center cockpit would be." That's what she said.

"It's a boat, not a brothel." I'd rather sail the latter. But, hey, to each his own.

I agree with Bubb - if you're gonna "muss the mongoose" any spot'll do. However, I do respect DavidH's vision of several weeks of stern slapping while at anchor. Now THAT'S a brothel baby!
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I think V berths are quite ergonomic.
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I know a guy that was 6'2" and 225 who did the deed in a 1966 VW beetle. I think a 26' or larger. The real thing is to be creative. There are all kinds of places to cuddle and do more on a boat. If you really want a larger place stay ashore every now and then.
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If you go with a small boat, you'll just have to limber up a little bit beforehand. You know, do some Yoga stretches or something.

Or maybe find another couple with a bigger boat. You bring the fondue, they bring the sangria, you all bring a sense of adventure, and who can say what happens when the lights go out?

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HEHE!

Boy, this thread went downhill quick.

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Is this luvvve space for you or your lady? Havent you heard the say'in "Why take sand to the beach"? I would say that I'm just gettin by on my 32'. Just have to make anywhere do, the vberth, cockpit, galley, and bowpulpit works fine in a pinch.
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David, being a P40 owner, I can tell you that you are on the right track thinking that the Passport 40 pullman berth is well designed for vigorous expressions of friendship. It has the length, width and height to give you plenty of room for improvising.
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