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I can just see the trailer. You know, the narrator with the super-serious doomsday voice. It would start off slow. "One man, one boat, one impossible voyage." After some dramatic scenes in which his wife leaves him during the construction of his vessel, his head is in his hands when a flood washes away his makeshift boatyard, and his father lays dying but tells him something inspiration, we will cut to some fast-paced clips of him donning war paint and placing tacks in preparation for battle with savages, clutching some busty schoolteacher in a passionate embrace, having a shouting match with his imaginary friend, and finally ending with Spray sailing off into the sunset.
I'm excited already.
s/v Laelia - 1978 Pearson 365 ketch
s/v Essorant - 1972 Catalina 27