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post #11 of 19 Old 06-19-2007
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HALLO...HALLO!!!!!

My name is MALIKA POPOVICH......I am Slovenian Marina Prostitute....

This is my new friend i pick up from American Sailboat visit my country...


I have nice Venereal Disease in my body.....also...I like sailors....I make good sexy hum hum....but I have no taste for boats...for my uneducated eye all boats are fat.....

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That's quite a fish you've caught there Malika!
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Hey Malika...throw that Portugee back overboard...he's under the size limit!! (G)
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Is the seaweed you catch on that keel good for eating with sushi, or do you rake it up and spread it out in the vineyards to improve the crop? The design is obviously well-suited for harvesting seaweed. The open transom must make it easier to bring it aboard, and the cockpit should be able to hold a lot of it. Since the keel would be shorter and you'd catch less seaweed if you had a displacement hull, is that why you got a flatter bottom, so as to catch more seaweed? Going 17 knots would enable you to cover more ground, too, and get more revenue from an increased weed catch. Those vineyard owners must be paying a lot for seaweed to make investing in a harvester like this worthwhile. Great concept boat!
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Ever notice that the keel and rudder are slightly out of line?
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Ever notice that the keel and rudder are slightly out of line? Camera angle hopefully!
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That photo was taken in May, when my rudder was modified, when I took the photo, the rudder shaft bearings were loose, and a few minutes later, that rudder was gone.

I would notice it, off course.
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Yes, you would notice it, "off course". hehehehe.

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That photo was taken in May, when my rudder was modified, when I took the photo, the rudder shaft bearings were loose, and a few minutes later, that rudder was gone.

I would notice it, off course.
Thats a good thing .... I've seen boats sail around with worse!
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