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Please don't ask, I am not happy at the moment. I need a guy that can repair fiberglass. Its the transom lip on a Bene First 30. Its about an inch and a half high and about four inches long, crushed.
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Please don't ask, I am not happy at the moment. I need a guy that can repair fiberglass. Its the transom lip on a Bene First 30. Its about an inch and a half high and about four inches long, crushed.
SF Bay Area. Thanks.
What happened?? I gotta ask...
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Thank you thank you thank you thank you fastbottoms! I feel a little better now, having a cocktail. I bumped the guy in the slip next to me. We moved to a really tight slip, which in my opinion, is too tight for 34'. A HUGE gust came up and blew us right into him. It was so quick, I had time to slam it in reverse and crank the wheel to get the bow away, but it was too late, crunch! One good thing is that I was compensating for the wind already, it would have been really bad otherwise. Okay, confession over.
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don't feel too bad. Stuff happens, then you deal with it. Enjoy the drink, and now you have a new story to tell! (Anyhow, it's only a Bene!)
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don't feel too bad. Stuff happens, then you deal with it. Enjoy the drink, and now you have a new story to tell! (Anyhow, it's only a Bene!)
That's really cold, funny, but cold... evil...
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I sooooo badly want to make a wise ass comment about Benes, but I feel I must restrain. Giu? You there? Pinch hit for me?
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My condolences. A collision at sea and all that. Actually an "allision" since one vessel was made fast to the shore. And yes I learned the meaning of that one in a USCG proceeding against license, fortunately not mine. Look forward to all the details in technicolor on "mistakes I've made" thread.
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comin' right up! Please refer to the "mistakes I have made" thread for the official story.
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Thank you thank you thank you thank you fastbottoms! I feel a little better now, having a cocktail. I bumped the guy in the slip next to me. We moved to a really tight slip, which in my opinion, is too tight for 34'. A HUGE gust came up and blew us right into him. It was so quick, I had time to slam it in reverse and crank the wheel to get the bow away, but it was too late, crunch! One good thing is that I was compensating for the wind already, it would have been really bad otherwise. Okay, confession over.
Sorry about that.....how's your boat doing??? Is he still pissed off with you?????
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