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I was wondering if the squares on the keel are windows??
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Yes, that is where we put the kids when they are bad, and threaten to open the windows if they don't straighten up. That does not count as corporal punishment, does it?

HAHA! Good question, Giu. By the way, for those of you that think bigger is better, does that yacht pass the threshold for single-handing?
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Well technically it does not qualify as CORPORAL punishment, if the kids are other ranks, such as Captain, Sargeant, Major or even soldier.

See, that is the beauty of English words you can get away with meanings!!!
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Thank you ver much Ian!! you're an artist.
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Here's my boat Ian.

Could you shrink it down a bit and make it look like a Catalina? I don't want the people in this forum to think I don't sail a real yacht.

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Hey CD, couldn't shrink it but did make it a little bit easier to transport!
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Ian,

I told you I wanted it to look like a Catalina, not a Tayana!! (PS That was for Cam's benefit!, not anyone that owns a Tayana)

I can't wait until Jeff see's that. Jeff, that is a Farr design.

Who needs a forward facing sonar with those beauties on there!! I just DARE a container to get in front of my now!!
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