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Michael Calabrese Has A New Boat

Someone bought it for him at an auction. She's a Pearson 30..

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Good for him. He looks happy.
Good choice for a first mate too.
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There was at least one here that was threatening to do so. I wonder..........
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There was at least one here that was threatening to do so. I wonder..........
Oh criminy, don't mention his name- it's like summoning Betelgeuse.
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Good for MC. I hope he and the kitty get some great adventures out of it.

Some pretty generous people out there.
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Betelgeuse.

Heee's Baaack!

So how much did the Pearson 30' cost you Chris? Or should I call you Angel?
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That's great! Very nice of someone. Just shows you life is full of second chances...and thirds, and fourths, and fifths (maybe I shouldn't mention fifths?)!
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That someone bought this guy a Pearson 30, very nearly made me cry in frustration. They should have bought him another Hunter or a Macgregor 26s.
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Let's hope some angel appears to write his book for him, as well...
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