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Show Me Your Boat Sailing...

I would like to see boats, YOUR boat, sailing...post a few good ones here please.

I'll start.







However:

If it's not moving, I mean using the wind to propel itself thru the water..I don't want it..
If it is at anchor, dock, dry, grounded..or otherwise not sailing..I don't want it..
Please don't post other people's boats, or boats you saw elsewhere on the net and such, your photos only, preferably YOUR boat...

thank you.

Now show us what you gothidding in your hard drives...
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