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08-15-2013 05:54 PM
SlowButSteady
Re: Ventura West Marina (Ventura, CA)

OK, folks. It's time to stop feeding the troll. Just ignore him and he'll crawl back under his rock, or into his mommy's basement, as the case may be.
08-15-2013 05:41 PM
carl762
Re: Ventura West Marina (Ventura, CA)

Quote:
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...........too damned funny, every one of you "sailors" ,and I use that term loosely, have got your panties wadded up.... about as I expected.........pathetic....HAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Where did you go to school to study how to be a douchbag? I'd say you graduated at the top of your class!! I want to go there.
08-15-2013 01:45 PM
poopdeckpappy
Re: Ventura West Marina (Ventura, CA)

Umm Zone, nobady has their panties wadded up as I don't think anybody really cares all that much. I well say though, just by your 3 post here, your attitude is why the sterotyping of power boater lives on, well done. I'm sure your dock neigbhors are happy to see you go.

Oh btw, welcome to Sailnet, "the world largset sailing forum" for people that sail...........
08-15-2013 11:57 AM
foulzone
Re: Ventura West Marina (Ventura, CA)

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...........too damned funny, every one of you "sailors" ,and I use that term loosely, have got your panties wadded up.... about as I expected.........pathetic....HAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
08-15-2013 01:31 AM
SJ34
Re: Ventura West Marina (Ventura, CA)

VWM has a 50% liveaboard rate meaning if Foulzone isn't living aboard, both of his neighbors are. Even so, I'm inclined to believe there's more to the story than just warming up engines, even for 15 min.

I'm slipped 3 boats from the marina manager, have departed and returned many times in the wee hours and have never had a complaint.

Foulzone, it doesn't sound like your being evicted, they just asked you to be a little more considerate so grow some thicker skin and HTFU. It's just boat parking after all.
08-14-2013 03:33 PM
Bradhamlet
Re: Ventura West Marina (Ventura, CA)

The thread is a bit old(9-28-12) however the boat yard there is pretty good. They prepared Intreptid(Islander 36)for her circumnavigation. Les the Yanmar mechanic is top- notch old school. As far as slip access there are plenty, the recession has a way of doing that. Maybe down in Orange co. the recession has not been so tough, but up here slips are running about 12.00-14.00 a foot and about 70% full(just guessing from what open slips I see) Down in Channel Island Harbor I would guess it's more like 60%. So slips are not the issue. We sail up for lunch in Ventura Harbor and the vibe is great, I do not know of a live aboard problem from what I know/hear. The weather is great(more wind than down south) cruising Santa Cruz Island and the Santa Barbara Channel are great. We can sail almost all year round give or take a gale moving through in the Winter and Spring. Whale watching is also nearly a year round Greys in the spring Blues in the late Summer. Fishing is good too.

Brad
Lancer 36
08-14-2013 03:14 PM
SlowButSteady
Re: Ventura West Marina (Ventura, CA)

Quote:
Originally Posted by poopdeckpappy View Post
I can sense a tad bit of Sea Ray attitude that I don't think is going change with location.
Ya think?
08-14-2013 03:05 PM
poopdeckpappy
Re: Ventura West Marina (Ventura, CA)

I can sense a tad bit of Sea Ray attitude that I don't think is going change with location.
08-14-2013 02:34 PM
SlowButSteady
Re: Ventura West Marina (Ventura, CA)

BTW, my guess is that the "15 minutes" foulbreath is copping to is actually closer to half an hour, maybe more. Not that he'll admit it or anything.
08-14-2013 02:24 PM
SlowButSteady
Re: Ventura West Marina (Ventura, CA)

Hmmm....

Four things that seem to be beyond foulzone's comprehension:

A) this is SAILNET, a forum for sailors (not stinkpot motor boaters);

2) the world still doesn't revolve around him and his stinkpot boat;

III) idling a motor for fifteen minutes probably does more harm than good;

four) folks around here aren't intimidated by trash-talking trolls.
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