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Improving morale on bahamas cruise

Dang, I missed an opportunity to "improve morale" when I was sailing to the Bahamas.
Remember the story of the five lost navy TBM bombers in 1945 in the "Bermuda Triangle"? Here is the story:Flight 19
It happed right where we sailed and they should have been over Great Sale Cay when lost.
It would be perfect, a dark night anchored in the little bight at Great Sale with the wind whistling in the spreaders, sit in the cockpit and tell this story.
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I hear the Cat'o Nine does wonders for morale!
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I hear the Cat'o Nine does wonders for morale!
So does a flagon of grog.
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Dark and Stormies made with Pussers Navy Rum administered as required will work in most situations to raise morale.
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I hear the Cat'o Nine does wonders for morale!
sounds far too much like my place of employment... they keep trying to improve morale by beating it out of us
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sounds far too much like my place of employment... they keep trying to improve morale by beating it out of us
Sounds like a trip to Bermuda is in order!
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