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post #31 of 38 Old 06-08-2007
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I believe thats spelled bosapien and fluglebinder.
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Whatever it is, it's too damn small for a proper gentleman's boat.

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Where ya'll keep'n the wimmin 'round here?
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The first one looks to be a Irwin (note the step in the sheer).

As for the second one, I havn't a clue. However it's pretty neat little boat, minus the look of wood construction.

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Farr obviously

With those fair lines and that easily driven hull -- not even mentioning the graceful bow treatment with the bowsprit suitable for ramming-- gotta be a Bruce Farr Shitbox 24.

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It kinda looks like a bigger, uglier version of a southern sails skipper 20. Maybe its the not so well know, not so sought after, Fugly 20sumorother.
But no seriously.... neat looking boat.
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Hard to get a straight answer from you folks BUT yes you do make one laugh............Farr **** Box eh????????????
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looks a bit like a M23 cutter (Montgomery Marine), but it isn't
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