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Circumnavigation with a catamaran...weblog

Hi everybody !

Sailed with a catamaran 7 years around the world. We got a child on the way and made lots more unforgetable experiences.

More informations about Silver Blue´s circumnavigation in the (link to commercial site deleted)

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Interesting that this person came in here only once to join and post this, and has not participated in any meaningful way after his ad for his site.

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Interesting that this person came in here only once to join and post this, and has not participated in any meaningful way after his ad for his site.
by goom lad , now thats a surprise ..

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Gee, but it didn't start, "We are all nubile young sailor lads and lasses with nothing to do but circumnavigate, do scrimshaw, and marlinspike exciting underwear..." ;-p

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Gee, but it didn't start, "We are all nubile young sailor lads and lasses with nothing to do but circumnavigate, do scrimshaw, and marlinspike exciting underwear..." ;-p

careful .. you'll get me all excited .. not something the saner members would recommend ..

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