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Is there anything you would like to see from this side?

While I am home, and go the marina everyday, is there anything from here you guys would like to see? Any requests? What about the area, or the town..

We have a few of the new Beneteau 50's, a couple of the new 39 Hanse, a Gigantic cat (I was going to photo for Chickles and the dog), we have all kinds of boats...we have a TP52, you name it..

even have a Tofinou 9.5 meter, and a small 25 footer tht came from america, registred in Mystic.

If there is something you would like to see, let me know, I see what I can do.

Please ask for reasonable things, and allow a few days for me to get pics.
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Alex,
I'd really like to see some pics of your home town. Local colour and all that, bars, restaurants, architecture and the like.

Actually, this could make an interesting thread in itself. Sailnutter's home ports. Could be fun and give us all a taste of places near and far.

Have at it , young man.
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Alex ,
Id like to your home town ,port history of your area , people .
Id like to see a lot of everone s .
I really enjoyed the oldest road post ! Thanks
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I'd like to see similar things as above, especially the contrasting architectural styles spawned in your town during the last few centuries. We have designated historic districts established in my city, with strict guidelines established for any changes or improvements owners may be proposing, in addition to new construction. A nine person, council appointed Commission reviews, approves and monitors this activity.

It would be interesting to see what modern solutions developers and architects have designed within these historic areas in your country.
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How about the women!
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I would like to see some "classic" yachts. None of those new fangled sleds. Surely in a country so rich in maritime history there are some real boats.

I too would love to see more of the surrounding town.
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I would like to see more pictures of your wife.

(Just kidding, don't anybody get all twisted in a knot and bent out of shape.
He knows I am full of crap.)
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How about a picture of the sun itís been so long here since we have seen it we have forgotten what it looks like.

But yes would love to see pictures of your marina, town etc.
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set up some pics of the 25' from usa
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