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I was messing with it earlier and for a while the new blog was taken off. Don't ask me how. I thought it was lost and I was pissed. But after pushing enough random buttons I got it back. So, try again before I try any more funny stuff with it.
Got it and I couldn't agree more - the new boats are much better at pretty well everything, especially getting the girls to come cruising BUT they look like running shoes. Personally I can't recall ever seeing a boat that I thought had too much beam to look good and rarely one with too much overhang - there was one Scandinavian boat that went too far with overhang - Spitzgatter?? - can't recall for sure.

I also generally love the look of IOR boats, wedge decks, stinger sterns and all - they just LOOKED fast. Mull had the most extreme looking sterns - Hotflash, Gonnagitcha etc. and they were the raciest looking of all.

I guess I am showing my age, pinin' for the G.O.D.'s.
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