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cute video. they remind me of mine except we're still in the polly pocket phase. i'll be happy when they grow of it. i'm tired of finding all those little pieces all over the boat.

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Oh, I hear you... I made the mistake of allow Legos aboard.
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Very cool, always nice to sail with the kids!!!

In the still shot it appears you need a taller roll bar!!!

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In the still shot it appears you need a taller roll bar!!!
Ha! That's funny... SDoggie, I can't tell you how much ridicule I've caught for keeping the dodger frame up without the dodger. But I have to say that it makes a great hand-hold.
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You can clamp a drink holder on there and a straw, no hands drinking while driving!



Looks like a nice boat and a fun family, funny, our kids go below with their dang Nintendos and electronic gadgets when we are sailing also, just hearing the sounds those things make makes me woozy!

Good to see they have their PFD's on, now that my daughter is a teenager, she is too cool for that.

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Nice video SH

When my kids were younger they used to drag all their stuff aboard, you know, so they wouldn't get bored, but now my daughter is off in collage and my son, well, he's on watch; scanning the horizon for girls on other boats.
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