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Nice harbor, but where are all the catamaran's

It's October now..almost November..

The winds start to blow above 15 and go to the 30's all the time, the waves start to be 3 to 6 feet...they retire..they stay home...no time for them to sail now...that is the little "thing" you guys forget about cats...they just can't handle the weather like a monohull....

Most are dry or in the marinas...only real sailboats now sail..
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Wow. I like the K&M. I would go for that. I wonder if they will take a Catalina 400 on trade without the grill?

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Thanks, Alex. That K&M, is it in steel? What a gorgeous boat and so well-kept!

I agree, Luis is getting huge...he will be taller than you at age 12.
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Wouldn't you have to rip the entire cockpit out to remove the brick BBQ pit???

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Wow. I like the K&M. I would go for that. I wonder if they will take a Catalina 400 on trade without the grill?

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Please, leav my dodger alone, OK??? go play with yourselves....what the hell is wrong with you guys???

Dodger sickness??? damn thing....

Val...you silly canuck..they are Aluminium..steel...pffff...what do you think these boats are??? Cadillacs??? SUV's????
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Those K&M's are GORGEOUS!
I completely agree!!!! I'll take one. Where do I sign. Oh right, I can't do that now. That would be sooooo August.....

But, what were they thinking with the interior of this one?

"I'm sorry, customer, we're vetoing your cold, clinical interior."
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But, what were they thinking with the interior of this one?

"I'm sorry, customer, we're vetoing your cold, clinical interior."
OMG look at all of the pointy edges!!! LOL I can just imagine moving around that saloon in a seaway,

It looks like a dentists office.
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