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My favourite quote is the one in my signature, but it is from a book.

I am going against type on this one. But it is very descrpitive.

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"You have shortened sail just a little, because you want more steadiness than you are going to get at this speed, the wind up to twenty-two, twenty-four knots, and it is late at night, and there are only two of you in the cockpit. You are moving at racing speed, parting the buttery sea as with a scalpel, and waters roar by, themselves exuberantly subdued by your powers to command your way through them. Triumphalism ... and the stars also seem to be singing together for joy."
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Capt Ron again?
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Not Capt Ron.
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Capt Ron again?
Ray

You will appreciate the irony.

William F. Buckley; he wrote some great sailing books.

Source - Buckley had a passion for sailing | The Post and Courier, Charleston SC - News, Sports, Entertainment
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Chichester?

"If it's gonna happen, it's gonna happen out there."
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Been a little quiet.

This might liven things up, who said:

"It looks like frozen snot"
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