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It's the paper you wrap the magazine in for shipping, so the important stuff doesn't get damaged in shipping. Just the wrapper gets damaged in shipping. Sort of like your boat.
Here...suck on this....



this is the closest you'll get from a bow like this
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That's a bow? Oh wow! It looks like a French culinary tool from where I am sitting!




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Hey Giu,
I've just noticed on the cover of your magazine a reference to a certain down under yacht race. About time you shipped your pride and joy down south and actually had a go at the real thing.

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"...if it were a lady...it would be Carrie Underwood, Salma Hayek, Gina Gershan or Monica Belluci..."

G- My friend, I spent some time studying your pictures and I have some bad news. You're boat would have to be more like a young girl that is flat in front with a pointy nose!! As I'm sure Chef- would agree, only real classics have curves like Selma Hayek. Perhaps Mary Kate Olson could be your mascot???

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Gui,
Thats a very lovely boat, I had to look close at the transome, but now I can see why CD likes it so much.
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Simon..at first I did not understand ..then I did ehehehehe

Actually those people sailing her are the magazine testers, I wasn't there that day...they went out with 2 of the crew and I lent the boat...

Later we discussed why they had it runing and they said the photo was taken right after they started sailing and the engine was still on..but idling and they didn't feel they should photoshop it.
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I was going to mention that but I ment the brand of boat. 1st attempt

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Hah hah SimonV I see what Giu missed in your picture...very very funny...
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what are you talking about???? please...
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Sorry it's not my joke...I don't want to spill the beans. But quite honestly I don't know how you can't see it!
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