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What kind of sailboat is this?

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Re: What kind of sailboat is this?

I'm thinking... Catalina?
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Re: What kind of sailboat is this?

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I'm thinking... Catalina?
Oh come now Caleb that's no Catalina. Obviously one of the Bermudas. They do disappear without trace on occasion.
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Re: What kind of sailboat is this?

X-Yacht ?
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Re: What kind of sailboat is this?

No, no, that looks alot like my old hunter 19.
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Re: What kind of sailboat is this?

Stealth boat... duh!
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Re: What kind of sailboat is this?

Nice way to welcome a new member! Welcome caoasis1 to sailnet. You need 10 posts before you can post links or pics. It is recommended to use photobucket and the picture link tool.
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Re: What kind of sailboat is this?

Speaking of stealth boats, I got to see one of the Navy's new boats last weekend, sometimes it practically disappeared with the coastline behind it.
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Re: What kind of sailboat is this?

There's actually a problem with the link on the Google Drive. Even when I copy and paste the URL, it doesn't work.
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Re: What kind of sailboat is this?

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There's actually a problem with the link on the Google Drive. Even when I copy and paste the URL, it doesn't work.
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Yes.. normally one can open those sorts of links in another tab and see the pic. Not working for me.
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