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For some of my friends here..

In the past few days, I have been remebering some of you guys, and have captured some photos for my friends...so I could later show them here..

Sorry I don't have much time...I leave these here for you..enjoy..I'll return next week.



For Valiente, TD, Joel and Jeff_H..this small "Canoa", was sailing in the Algarve, the wind was about 15 true, and we sailed with them a while...she was so elegant in the water...a true testimony to the past, well preserved today...they do day sails with turists near Lagos, and Portimao. Enjoy..can't get any truer than that..a real 200 yo boat still sailing...the grandfather of the Fragata, the Bregantim and the Caravel..





For Cardiacpaul, we have a few Nonsuch here, rare but few (I do believe it's a Nonsuch, but please if any one knows what it is, feel free to correct me - we didn't stop to look around, had no time)..




For MAx-on..I know you like my boat..here she is in a calm environment..



For Waymar83




And FINALLY..for my good friend TDW...look what I found...look what I found....gorgeaous...It's a K&M built in Holland, I believe 65 feet..LOOK HERE








For TJ...These are waves..this day the swell was 6 meters, and the wind 30 true..I filmed a few and will later post. This is a few feet from the Sagres cape, as we round it...was pretty scary..but we passed safely and all bad is behind now. Thank God.



For Chuck ands Mary..on of my favorite harbours...it was even pretier on the way up...



Kid from hell says HI!!!


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Damn... Luis is getting big...
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Nice pic's. Yes those are nice waves, its a completely different wave pattern where we sail. You have to experience it to know what I am talking about. Any of the Great Lakes sailors will tell you. And stop calling me a whimp.
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G- The Lady Ann is gorgeous! Was she in your harbor? Nice touch with the pocket boom.
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Oh Man that was beeeeyewtiful.....thanks mate.......oh I do love those things. 65' might be a smidgeon to big but I'd still sell my soul for one...well that's if Beelzebub didn't already have a mortgage on the thing...

Looking good Luis......love to all
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Those K&M's are GORGEOUS!
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Nice harbor, but where are all the catamaran's
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