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Yep....Hired crew never showed up with her...

Still looking for her/them....Since she hadent been transfered in my name yet no criminal action could be brought against them...
You would think the PO would. Did money exchange hands? Somebody owns it. Just a thought
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That was tongue-in-cheek, halekai. I know all about your join date and your lost password and I even feel like I know every electrical wire on your boat. (g) (and I'm going to now do a smart thing and quit joking around lest you think that there's a lick of seriousness in me.)

All seriousness aside there is no serious in you... And I already knew that!!

C'mon we need more pictures of "Boats of Shame"...!

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Why am I only getting some of the photos posted here? Some are great others don't show a link or a photo. i.e. svdistant star's messages don't show up.Is this a firewall issue because I'm at work? Our IT guys have no sense of fun!
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The IT Guys at my office block lots of stuff on the Internet, such as photo sharing, myspace, youtube, and anything else they think might eat up a lot of bandwidth, then they blame the IT Security guy, which happens to be me.

I had to wait until I was at home to view this thread for that exact reason.

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Im going to get some new pics for the boats of shame. There are plenty in the anchorage where my boat is. Ill be out there today, check tonight for some new ones.


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Here we go with more pictures.

These 2 pics are of the same boat, guess this guy couldnt pick a colour.



This boat isnt too bad, save for the fact that its gutted and half full of water.


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These are just sunk.








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I tried buying the blue Catalina 22 about 5-6 years ago, it was in the same place then.




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Thats it for now. Ill be going out to a few of the other graveyards around here and get some more pics this week. Theres enough in my area to keep this thread going for along time.


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Here we go with more pictures.

These 2 pics are of the same boat, guess this guy couldnt pick a colour.



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SV, that's a classic!

Most people stuff their boats by neglect, but it looks like this guy did it deliberately.. Shame indeed!!

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