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Looks a little like a, very modified, West Wight potter? Is it Glass or wood?

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"What happens if I pull on this rope?"
(the jib comes down, and we stop)

"Can we put more speakers out here, I can't hear the stereo very well"(no, thats the point)
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looks similar to a reinel...
mod...can you delete Nimfas profile??? please??

No don't do it.

OK Nimfa, spill the dirt on this bilge rat.
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From the look of the portholes, I would say it was built in the 80's.
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That's the ultra-rare Flying Wombat 24! I thought they'd all sunk years ago. Damn things had a nasty habit of rolling over if you even thought of sailing to weather. Also had a tendency to spontaneously combust, due to a bad batch of resin from China.

Oddly enough, I think this particular one was Giu's first boat.

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A Bruce Robert's designed Wombat 24.
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A Bruce Robert's designed Wombat 24.
looks like a Frers design to me
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I think BF's pix is a Gulf Star, but no clue what the second one is
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I think BF's pix is a Gulf Star, but no clue what the second one is
i think its a bosapian yap 26. or a flugelbinder 25.5
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i think its a bosapian yap 26. or a flugelbinder 25.5
I believe thats spelled bosapien and fluglebinder.
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