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The Smack Boys Have a New Yacht:



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Stay tuned for the good, the bad, and the gorgeous.

Booyah!!!

Now THIS is why I'm glad the like button is back!

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Sweet!
You and the boys will love it!
Opens up a whole lot of new cruising opportunity.
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Congrats Smack!

Glad to see you & the boys back on the water!


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Yay! Just ... yay.

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Sweet, congrats on the new hole in the water.

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congrats on the new smacktanic! looks a bit nicer than the old one. I personally think you should sail her up here to a meastro roundezvous.......July at port ludlow usually! need to get the date, if you start last week, you might make around thru the canal, then up the left coast........OR, you could use one of them silver birds to get here!

too bad you did not get a jeanneau....could of used your craziness on the owner forum....besides, I know a great joke to say to people when they want to know what kind of boat I have! I've even hooked fellow jeanneau owners with it!LOLOLOL

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Nice, I'd like to have been a fly on the wall watching the smile on your face when you realized "this is the one." When I lived in Texas we'd go to the Flying Dutchman in Kemah, good place to get your celebration on after sailing.

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The Smack is Back. Love it.

Congratulations, Smack. Enjoy every minute.


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I'll eventually keep her in Corpus. For this season, though, she'll stay in the Kemah area. I need to get her feel and learn her systems - while the boys do the same.

Our goal is to race in the Harvest Moon Regatta in October. We'll see.
In the lake? Is there enough water? Are your slips still hanging out, exposed?

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