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Jacko - if I were in your flip-flops I'd take this boat in a heartbeat over that other piece of crap.
yes. a course i am already pursuing. but i don't wear flip flops. i usually sail barefoot...except in winter. then i wear cheap cloth deck shoes and two pairs of socks. once it's around freezing out, the wind chills the fiberglass, and your feet, way too much to go barefoot.
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Catwoman was hotter.
Mindy, from Mork and Mindy, was pretty hot, too. guess i go for the girl next door look.
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Jacko - if I were in your flip-flops I'd take this boat in a heartbeat over that other piece of crap.
by the way, can you ID said fine looking vessel? it's not a swan. according to sailboat data, swan never made a boat that 'small'. i'd love to look it up, on line, and obsess over it a bit. lol

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that is seriously funny. he fact that you posted that and i got it ages the both of us. lol. agent 99 was so hot. i had the biggest crush on her when i was a boy. lol
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by the way, can you ID said fine looking vessel? it's not a swan. according to sailboat data, swan never made a boat that 'small'. i'd love to look it up, on line, and obsess over it a bit. lol

by the way, love the avatar. great movie!
It's a Seafarer 31-1 - possibly the Yawl version..

SEAFARER 31-1 sailboat specifications and details on sailboatdata.com
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It's a Seafarer 31-1 - possibly the Yawl version..

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Looks like it but it's just not that long My boat is next to it and she's only a 30 I'll look for the number when I get a chance.
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thanks. I will check with them that's just a little farther up the bay from where the boat is.
I was thinking more for the boat Denise mentioned. It's easy to sail to Hance's point from Philly. Roughly a 2 day trip.
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I was thinking more for the boat Denise mentioned. It's easy to sail to Hance's point from Philly. Roughly a 2 day trip.
oh. i got you. since i am near back river/ middle river on the weekends, i was thinking that along a different line: the drive to the boat. i see your point, though. that's a good thought. i take it you've made the trip?
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Looks like it but it's just not that long My boat is next to it and she's only a 30 I'll look for the number when I get a chance.
it does look exactly like it, doesn't it? it doesn't look like the seafarer 29, which is 28.70 feet, though.
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