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Both shots look to be motoring. Who cares what happens aboard a motoring boat.
?? Both?? I only see one. Oh, now it's there! Both very nice shots, beautiful hull (and the boat ain't bad either)
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A diving budy of mine and me going mad with photo shop ....sometimes I just can't help miself. He is a cop and the department asked me for the originals so I e mailed them to the guys who made a large print and hung it up in the station. God did I have to listen to some technical terms after that stunt.

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Jep, traditional or Utilikilt? (have both meself)
After getting married in the family tartan i was hooked. I own 3 sport kilts, 2 wool ones only for formal occasions. It's kilt weather year round in San Diego.

I brew in my kilt also.

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Thats awesome!
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on our boat, crew can wear, or not wear whatever they like - except for proper shoes. We insist on protecting the feet/toes, and providing traction, etc. Might have to re-evalaute this policy vis-a-vis scrotum protection.

Two years ago, one of the regular crew brought his girlfriend onto the boat for the first time for a weekend sail. First words out of her mouth to me were, "i understand that nudity is permitted on board. I want you to know that i'm not cool with that." my response was nudity was not only permitted, it was encouraged and that i didn't really care if she was cool with it or not.

That was in the morning when the six or seven of us cast off. By 2 pm that afternoon, she was the first one naked and she stayed that way until we got back to the dock the following evening.
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Thanks for posting the pics they look pretty safe =) looks like a wonderful time! mine aren't that safe LOL
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Hey, long time brewer here! Brewed in a couple of my Utilikilts, but like you save the traditional (Clan Fletcher) for more formal occasions.
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I see no reason why people shouldn't do what they want on their own boats as long as it doesn't harm someone else. No tan lines? No problem! We put all this work, money, worry and sometimes frustration into these boats, whats wrong with enjoying your time on the boat as you see fit?
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Re: Clothing optional sailing

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I need to know what he was doing to catch his sack on a cleat, I have this mental picture in my mind and it wont go away. What was he doing?
The cleat was near the edge of the coaming and secured the centerboard or something of that sort. A small, sharp jam cleat.

I guess he was hanging low. I wasn't there, no way.
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Re: Clothing optional sailing

I used to sail nekked all the time, but now that I wear a bananna hammock I don't need to keep buying this all the time.



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Re: Clothing optional sailing

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I see no reason why people shouldn't do what they want on their own boats as long as it doesn't harm someone else. No tan lines? No problem! We put all this work, money, worry and sometimes frustration into these boats, whats wrong with enjoying your time on the boat as you see fit?


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