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Stolen 41ft Twin Mast in Naples, Fl.

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41 Ft. Sailboat has been stolen from a Naples marina this week and is believed to be heading south...based on current wind conditions. The boat, a ketch rigged sailboat named “Segue,” is white with green trim and green sail covers, authorities said. The front mast is 53 feet high and the second mast is about 40 feet high.

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Two Supspicious Men Seen Going To Florida!!!!!

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One looks older, the other one just looks dumb
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LOL...mean Giu...mean...but funny.

But it can't be them... the missing boat is a real sailboat... a 41' Morgan. Not a Catalina.

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Be on the lookout!

41 Ft. Sailboat has been stolen from a Naples marina this week and is believed to be heading south...based on current wind conditions. The boat, a ketch rigged sailboat named “Segue,” is white with green trim and green sail covers, authorities said. The front mast is 53 feet high and the second mast is about 40 feet high.

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its a morgan 41 ketch, they'll bring it back.

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Maybe they will abandon ship if it heels a little (still chuckling over that thread).
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BTW, technically the boat isn't a twin mast, but a ketch... A twin mast would have two masts of equal height.

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and technically a tri is not a sailboat....but a sailing floating thing that travels fast over the water....
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Sure a trimaran is a sailboat:

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Definitions of sailboat on the Web:
A boat which uses the wind as its primary means of propulsion.
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a small sailing vessel; usually with a single mast
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The term sailboat has a broad meaning generally including yachts, (large sailboats) and smaller vessels of many configurations, which use wind as the primary means of propulsion. ...
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sailboat

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and technically a tri is not a sailboat....but a sailing floating thing that travels fast over the water....

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I never thought it was possible to steal a sail boat that size on the water. What's their getaway speed--7-8kts?

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