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07-03-2013 01:09 PM
blowinstink
Re: Need help proposing to my girlfriend

Another thought: You could just post her number and one of the helpful folks on SN might propose to her for you . . ..
07-03-2013 11:07 AM
SolSailor
Re: Need help proposing to my girlfriend

Good luck... And come back when all is done to share your moment with us and how it went. Always difficult to capture a private moment... But pictures would be nice! Maybe after all is done, have someone in the marina take a pic of the happy couple on the deck.
07-03-2013 10:39 AM
Streetlethal1000
Re: Need help proposing to my girlfriend

I appreciate everyone's help and suggestions. I wish you all safe sailing.

Take care
Brett
07-03-2013 10:38 AM
Streetlethal1000
Re: Need help proposing to my girlfriend

So I wont be on the forum much longer. I need to go execute some ideas. I will update my email in case someone may want to contact me in regards to my request.
07-03-2013 08:41 AM
Streetlethal1000
Re: Need help proposing to my girlfriend

Sailingfool,

I will have to look into that option as well. Thank you for the tip.
07-02-2013 08:29 PM
DonScribner
Re: Need help proposing to my girlfriend

I think the Fool has it! Can't get much classier than that!
07-02-2013 06:12 PM
sailingfool
Re: Need help proposing to my girlfriend

Here's the plan -contact BlackRock Sailing ASA sailing school, club, & charters in Boston, Massachusetts and arrange for a private Boston Harbor sunset cruise on the Hunter 33 or go all in with the 49. After the deed is done, your romantic dinner is right there at the top of the gangway Welcome to Strega Waterfront

Not a cheap evening, but definitely does the job first class, and given what the rest of the program will cost you, a fitting start.
07-02-2013 05:44 PM
Streetlethal1000
Re: Need help proposing to my girlfriend

Hellosailor,

You make a good point about a "normal" wine bottle. Alas, I have already thought of that. I purchased an antique wine bottle that allows a ring to fit inside. I will then clean it and have it filled special by the winery with the ring inside and a professional seal.

You better believe I will be extremely careful with a ring in a bottle on a ship!!!

Hmmm... Maybe if I can secure a fishing line to the inside of the cork and attach the other side to the ring. She when I have her uncork the bottle the ring comes out? Hmmm ill have to think about how that may work.
07-02-2013 05:32 PM
hellosailor
Re: Need help proposing to my girlfriend

Ring inside wine bottle...Uh, she'd better have tiny fingers because rings ain't gonna fit into anything except boxed wine. And, really, rings in "foods" have been known to take a three-day detour on occassion, if you know what I mean.

Give her a big bouquet of flowers, have the florist wire up the ring on a wired stem in the middle of the bunch. "Smell these". Or ask her to get something from the nav table or the galley--and leave the ring box in plain sight where you've sent her. "Would you bring me the blue box that's on the nav table?"

Just keep it away from the rail, Poseidon has been known to snatch at shiny things.
07-02-2013 04:12 PM
Streetlethal1000
Re: Need help proposing to my girlfriend

HAHAHAHAh... I think I just laughed out loud in my cubical!

Hmmm, I guess.... I don't think that's out of the question if someone feels comfortable with the idea. That would be pretty epic I have to admit!
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