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TB, I actually have a 47' Huntalina. Further, through the judicious use of telephone poles and lashings it can be turned into a twin masted multihull.
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Isn't it amazing how versatile a boat owner can be, given a few cast-off materials and a couple of boats. In reality, you're a multi-hull sailor.

That's two hulls more than my present status . . . excluding my 2 dinghies and 2 kayaks.
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Hartley, I have a Catalina 22 and a Hunter 25. Enough said....
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oh thats just friggen great! whats with all the waffle and pancake eaters on this site? they dont serve beer in those places. stillraining, you should hook up with CD ... his dad or you could buy breakfast for all of you

oh yeah, Nice pic!
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wives on passages

Speaking of wives on boats, many years ago, we and five other boats were sailing from Cocos keeling in the Indian Ocean to Mauritius. We had a radio schedule every morning and evening with the other boats. Fourteen of the seventeen days it took us to make the passage the wind blew between 35 and 55 kts off our quarter. One day Peter on the German boat said, "We have headed more westerly to make the motion a bit easier." a bit later he said, " We have put the dinette down to make a double berth." Finally he said, "we are having a sun-downer and oysters for a cocktails." Then Bob on the other American boat came up and said, "Let me get this straight Peter, you have headed off to make the motion m ore comfortable, you have lowered the dinette to make a double bunk and now you are eating oysters! I bet I can guess what is going to go on on your boat tonight!' Peter then came back and said, "Make no mistake matey. When the anchor comes up, the libido goes down!!!"
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The Girl...man the Girl...of course you new that...and just couldn't resist...I know..I know..

PS: Put some cloths on that cutie of yours... and post some pic's would ya...

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oh thats just friggen great! whats with all the waffle and pancake eaters on this site? they dont serve beer in those places. stillraining, you should hook up with CD ... his dad or you could buy breakfast for all of you

oh yeah, Nice pic!

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This thread is amazing...who knew all you tough typing sailors could get in touch with your feminine sides and be all nicey-nice...you got me (and I'll try not to violate the first post rule "no dirty stuff"...but I will try to find that line)

My live-in is definitely IN. I had a shared lease on a J-24 when we started dating. Barbara had never sailed before but as with most things she is enthusiastic to try anything new. Some of our first dates were on this boat, which is all speed. She loved burying the rail (no inuendo here). We found the boom to have multiple uses in the evening after a day on the water (read whatever inuendo here you please). We have been together now for over three years, maybe more...it all still seems so fresh (see how I got out of that one). Anyway, we now have a 30' cruiser that we overnight on for most weekends. I think she loves going to the boat more than I do (if that's possible). The booms too high but the V-birth isn't (did I find the line?). She remembers the exhileration on the J and encourages me to bury the rail on the cruiser, which we did once but I was white knuckled on the wheel and the boat really slowed and didn't like it with too much sail up (I haven't had the heart to tell her this boat likes to sail flatter and is faster that way). Anyway, she often shares with me the best part about sailing is...BOAT SEX (did I cross the line).

Eat your hearts out...she's pretty and fun and sexy and I love her (she'll get all a flutter over that)...and I'm not sharing any pictures.
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Well then that makes you an Official AFOC then...
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Spot On! Still.........no pics, we don't believe a word of it.........
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I have scoured this thread...AFOC?
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