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No thanks, do not need to deal with a 23 yr old.......have as of yesterday the 21'st, a 15 yr old, along with an 18 yr old daughter, and a absolutly lovely 53 yr old bride! Much better than the 23 yr old, for ALL the reasons Alex mentioned!

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Nevermind that she has never sailed outside the Hudson, but why plan to voyage for 1,000 days w/ no port calls or walk on solid ground? And whats with mapping a course in the shape of a heart?

Not to be a killjoy but this voyage will be derailed within 60 days. There seems to be too much idealism in the approach. It sounds a little insane.
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Ok Giu, let me have it !!
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Nevermind that she has never sailed outside the Hudson, but why plan to voyage for 1,000 days w/ no port calls or walk on solid ground? And whats with mapping a course in the shape of a heart?

Not to be a killjoy but this voyage will be derailed within 60 days. There seems to be too much idealism in the approach. It sounds a little insane.
Except for the problem of provisions and possibly running out of books and music I can easily understand the no ports of call.

The heart shape is obviously a piece of new age feel good ******** that even turns the stomach of a BHl like I'm supposed to be.

I think you should show more confidence in them . Good Lord man, a mid fifties ageing hippy with his never been sailing before 23 year old girlfriend in a timber 70' schooner ? What's to worry about ?

Did you read the website ? They were waved off by the phar...ers ex wife. Come on now, these are people with their feet firmly planted in solid mush. Sod that for a joke, if any of my ex's still even like me then I have failed miserably. (Oh, I checked, I have not failed miserably at all. They all confirm either complete disinterest or absolute loathing.)
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Except for the problem of provisions and possibly running out of books and music I can easily understand the no ports of call.
sure 1,000 days/no ports of call planned is doable but not when you add a 23 yo who has never voyaged before into the mix.

A funny post TDW.
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Nevermind that she has never sailed outside the Hudson, but why plan to voyage for 1,000 days w/ no port calls or walk on solid ground? And whats with mapping a course in the shape of a heart?

Not to be a killjoy but this voyage will be derailed within 60 days. There seems to be too much idealism in the approach. It sounds a little insane.
I have read elsewhere that this guy has made a career out of obtaining sponsors for this event and has only now set out on it because he has been evicted from his slip and is being pursued for child-support. But this also could be made up by jealous desk-jockeys.
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Ummm... isn't child support what he is doing by taking the 23-year-old out on the cruise???
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I know its a day late and a dollar short but sorry for the bad link. Thanks Matt for fixing it. The whole thing smells of a publicity stunt to me. Anyone want to sponsor me so I can sail around the world. David
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