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Flyingwelshman. what are you on and can I get some? I only asked if there were any sailors out there. Not just wanna bees sitting in a cockpit somewhere drinking and looking at the stars. I am at sea, heading for the Torres Straits, somewhere you will never see since you are busy drinking in your cockpit!
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Flyingwelshman. what ? busy drinking in your cockpit!
Signor Seawolf: what I am on is "The Hard". You are certainly welcome to 'get some', however, I am certain that you would rather be where you are - as would I.

One of the things I like about this site is the diversity of sailors here. Some are day-sailors; some dinghy sailors; some racers; some cruisers; and Smackdaddy. Many of us would like to be able to set off as you claim to have done, however, for many reasons, cannot. Neptune loves us all equally.

BTW what's so bad about sitting in your cockpit with a drink and looking at the stars?

As for Mr Wolf having to show his 'credentials': I am now more interested in Signora Jones showing hers.
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You should feed your guests.
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Sailing for more than 45 years, a ship captain, a boat builder, more than 30 transatlantic and transpacific passages, many under sail. Have been through the Panama and Suez. Have sailed around the Capes. Am now on a 60 foot Colin Archer heading for Galle.

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A Catalina 25?

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Wow! A Catalina 25.

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Dear Moderators, when you ban Signore Loopy, which you inevitably will, please do not delete his posts from this thread. His inane babbling has no value except that it increases the post count and makes it appear as though this thread is more popular than it actually is.

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