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post #21 of 25 Old 11-03-2009
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Check out the salon on the Pacific Seacraft 31. It has a nice open V-berth and a built-in stripper pole to get the party started.

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What, no responses from Jeff H yet ? Looks like we've finally found a subject he knows nothing about, CUDDLING !
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The only problem is if you buy any of those "old design" slugs on a keel you won't have any energy left by the time you get into your port of call 6 hours later than the "significant other" wanted and she'll either be seasick or have a headache by then. :-0

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Perhaps I need to write a Kama Sutra for Sailors.

"When in command, command." -- Admiral Nimitz

Difference between a power boater and a sailor out on the water: A power boater is going some place special, a sailor is already there.

s/v Zotz 1981 Pearson 365 Ketch Hull #375
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