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Hey Sequitur! Screaming Skutsjes!

Just saw this on SA and wanted to bring it over for Sequitur. If you remember, he's the guy that sailed a Hunter 49 around Cape Horn (yes, one of my heroes) - and now is on a skutsje plying the canals of Europe.

Who says these things can't sail?!?!? They even capsize like race boats!

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Re: Hey Sequitur! Screaming Skutsjes!

That was like watching a figure 8 demo derby
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Re: Hey Sequitur! Screaming Skutsjes!

Brings back memories of the Ijselmmer. Thank you
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Re: Hey Sequitur! Screaming Skutsjes!

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Just saw this on SA and wanted to bring it over for Sequitur. If you remember, he's the guy that sailed a Hunter 49 around Cape Horn (yes, one of my heroes) - and now is on a skutsje plying the canals of Europe.

Who says these things can't sail?!?!? They even capsize like race boats!
Thanks for thinking of us. We're not sailing any more, but we are still in the thick of boating. We are in France and our blog continues.
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