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Good luck with the new boat, Fred. Even though the competition is getting more intense, you can still have a lot of fun, particularly as I believe you have a lot of skill. Just remember you have a bigger boat to play with and to practice on at Cascais.

420s are a popular fleet here (only the water is a lot colder in the spring!). Find a crew who has strong legs and a really large head...it's good for balance.
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Right on Fred.

Very Cool Alex..Your young prodogey and beloved son wrapped into one..and another one in the wings..

I know what you mean about the younger one having something about him...Our youngest Daughter is a fire ball on the Soccer field more so then either her older sisters and one of thoes will get a scolorship to collage for sure if she stays healthy so no small feat to be better then her either..so again I know what you mean about the look or the attitude of the youngest one.

Its good for you it will keep you young.

Again Great job this year Fred..Were all waiting for next season to start so we can follow along.

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