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10-19-2009 02:25 AM
Raffles
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Originally Posted by smackdaddy View Post
Hey Raffles - welcome to SN dude. It's great to have another salt on board.

Great post.
Thanks. Pleased to be here. Lots of experience in the group without me, but happy to have joined. Love the ankle braclet. I assume you don't get offshore too much any more.
10-08-2009 12:42 PM
cormeum
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Originally Posted by Cruisingdad View Post
Hylas is an awesome, bluewater, go anywhere boat in my opinion.

- CD
checked it out- very nice and I stand corrected.
10-08-2009 12:35 PM
cormeum
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Originally Posted by smackdaddy View Post
Hey, CD, on a serious note, when talking about the handholds issue - how do you handle kids (too short to reach them) in heavy weather?

I've been wondering about these kinds of things thinking through our upcoming charters with our little ones.
On our boat the "short ones" use the bunk and setee fiddles to get around. A "new" boat might not be so arranged.
10-08-2009 12:17 PM
smackdaddy Hey, CD, on a serious note, when talking about the handholds issue - how do you handle kids (too short to reach them) in heavy weather?

I've been wondering about these kinds of things thinking through our upcoming charters with our little ones.
10-08-2009 12:16 PM
smackdaddy You know, after reading that article about the Hawaii-bound dude, I was pretty much ready to blame his poor preparation, etc. like everyone usually does.

Then the freakin' USCG DRYER caught fire while drying their laundry. There was nothing anyone could have done for this voyage. Not even Hylas.
10-08-2009 11:58 AM
Cruisingdad
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Originally Posted by cormeum View Post
Beamy aft= unbalanced heeled underbody. So not a "blue water" boat IMO.
Hylas is an awesome, bluewater, go anywhere boat in my opinion.

- CD
10-08-2009 11:57 AM
Cruisingdad
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Originally Posted by denverd0n View Post
Um, no it doesn't.

When a meteorologist says "50% chance of rain" what he is saying is that in the past, when conditions were comparable in the area, it rained 50% of the time.
I always thought it meant that he was at the golf course, did not feel like doing his job, and realized that at 50% he was 50-50 to get it right!!!! It might rain, it might not. FORE!

HEHE! Meterology. WHo else can possibly be paid that much money to be wrong 95% of the time!?? I sometimes wonder if those guys even look outside before making their predictions!!!!

- CD
10-08-2009 11:38 AM
denverd0n
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Originally Posted by danielgoldberg
Um, it does.
Um, no it doesn't.

When a meteorologist says "50% chance of rain" what he is saying is that in the past, when conditions were comparable in the area, it rained 50% of the time.
10-08-2009 10:17 AM
cormeum
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Originally Posted by Flybyknight View Post
Hylas
looks like it
10-07-2009 08:18 PM
Flybyknight Hylas
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