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Re: Worlds Largest Solar Powered Vessel cruising down the Chesapeake Bay Now

Seems unsafe to me. Everybody it goes near will have to leave their helm unattended so they can go and barf over the side. Zowie. ~LL
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New definition of the term "day boat"
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Re: Worlds Largest Solar Powered Vessel cruising down the Chesapeake Bay Now

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Seems unsafe to me. Everybody it goes near will have to leave their helm unattended so they can go and barf over the side. Zowie. ~LL
I have seen worse looking "Yachts". At least this serves a purpose other than showing how the owners aspire to be the next Donald Trump
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Re: Worlds Largest Solar Powered Vessel cruising down the Chesapeake Bay Now

Very cool but I agree....a bit fugly.
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Re: Worlds Largest Solar Powered Vessel cruising down the Chesapeake Bay Now

Showed up in Boston at Fan Pier, in Boston for a week or so, quite a sight...
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