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Clean mean lines

If you like to look at boats and hulls, you willl, for sure like to see this...

Can't get any thiner or smoother... perfect geometry, and talk about low aspect ratio huh??

Man..that is sexy





and here...ehehehehehe that's sex guys...heheheh




PS. Can you see I miss the boat??
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I'm pretty sure I've seen the boat before.

I know I've seen the guy dry humping the keel before. They've got his photo up down at the post office!

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Beautiful boat and really appreciate your sailing videos. Was she a custom design or a production boat?
PS if you want to get rid of her I'll take her, I'll even pay shipping to the US.
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Custom design, ec. Wander about in the archives and you'll find every construction, sailing, and design detail of the most published boat on sailnet. Her owner is currently taking an uncharacteristic break from sailing her to take a break on a sheep ranch in Wyoming. I'd bet if you sent him a Private Message he'd furnish you with a few links on here about the boat.

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I figured he would reply faster than I could search for it, plus I'm lazy.
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He's so desperate that he's humping the keel...


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Beautiful boat and really appreciate your sailing videos. Was she a custom design or a production boat?
PS if you want to get rid of her I'll take her, I'll even pay shipping to the US.
It was a custom one-off built as a european merger between hunter and MacGreggor. The only indicator of the builders is the dodger and radar arch Alex is currently planning on.

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He's so desperate that he's humping the keel...
Better the keel than the sheep in Wyoming. They get a little touchy about that.

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Beautiful boat. Was she a custom design or a production boat?
Please, Don't feed the Fish.
They are enough of a problem already and don't need any more stimulation.

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The first thing that flashed in my mind when I saw Giu humping that keel was Slim Pickens riding the atom bomb in Dr. Strangelove! We all know that Giu does engage in Strange Love!!

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