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I think you'll find that WM dinks are dinks made by top named brands for WM





We have a 9' rollup dink w/ 3.5hp merc, moves 4 adults around nicely
Aren't you suppose to be getting that teak done?

The coffee was great!...thanks
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Aren't you suppose to be getting that teak done?

The coffee was great!...thanks

Hey, I was multi tasking today, did a little stripping, defrosted the refer, did some laundry, now I'm kicking back in the cockpit enjoying some coffee myself.


Condition were much better today, 5-7 knot inside and about 10-15+ outside the point
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Hey, I was multi tasking today, did a little stripping, defrosted the refer, did some laundry, now I'm kicking back in the cockpit enjoying some coffee myself.


Condition were much better today, 5-7 knot inside and about 10-15+ outside the point
Dang, I should have gone out today instead of yesterday...typical
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