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Topic Review (Newest First)
01-24-2007 10:16 AM
Giulietta
Quote:
Originally Posted by brmn54
I had a slip in Kent Island that was so tight that I would have my wife (my girlfriend at the time) stand on starboard, I would be on port and with a running start push the pilings apart. Once inside or outside the two outside pylons, it was ok. Glad I never had to ride a big storm out there.
I like to get the largest slip I can manage to get, with the rise in tide and waves it gives you some room for adjustment. And saves your rub rail.

As I said before...

"If your boat fits, thereís your answer...."
01-24-2007 10:12 AM
ianhlnd Seriously, when shopping for a slip, get any one you can find!

I've got a lopsided slip, one foot on the starboard side, and 208 feet on port. I had to get it that big so I could manuever in with a full keel and a cross wind. A little overkill for a 15' 4" beam. One thing, I don't have to worry about is which side the dock steps are on or where the dock lines are. Let's see, it's called an "end-tie"
01-24-2007 09:50 AM
brmn54 I had a slip in Kent Island that was so tight that I would have my wife (my girlfriend at the time) stand on starboard, I would be on port and with a running start push the pilings apart. Once inside or outside the two outside pylons, it was ok. Glad I never had to ride a big storm out there.
I like to get the largest slip I can manage to get, with the rise in tide and waves it gives you some room for adjustment. And saves your rub rail.
01-23-2007 04:30 PM
Giulietta
Quote:
Originally Posted by T34C
That went to Portugal just doesn't sound as good!!
In fact you are right...does not sound good and does mean nothing...

Went South means things went bad..if you say went to Portugal, means getting to a better condition

Its like saying Giulietta = Good
T34C MAEVEN = Very very very BAD!!!
01-23-2007 09:17 AM
T34C That went to Portugal just doesn't sound as good!!
01-23-2007 08:43 AM
Bill Mc
Wow, an amateur liar doesn't have a chance..

18" No Way!!! I'd have to fold it in half..

Why is it, that when things go bad, it's said, "That went South."

Fair winds,

Bill
01-23-2007 02:14 AM
Giulietta Is that what it is over there???eheheheheheh talk about "minorities"

Some of your "companions" have mentioned that your perception of 18" was more like 3" !!!!
01-23-2007 12:01 AM
uspirate [quote=Giulietta]Right.....lets see....been busy while I was off, have we???

OK, my points are.....
If your boat fits, there’s your answer....That’s like asking how big should a dick be….

The correct answer is: 18" long 7lbs 8oz
you guys are killin me!
01-22-2007 11:10 PM
T34C Jesus, Mary, and Joseph!!!! That's an image I could do without!
01-22-2007 08:09 PM
Giulietta
Quote:
Originally Posted by T34C
G- If you do, please keep the photo's to yourself this
time!!!!

Nope...they'ra comin'.......they'ra comin'......

Just getting my Speedos fixed...my butt cheeck sweats a lot when I do those lap dances, so I'm having a "teflon slide crotch special" installed!!!!

Huuuu Huuuu here I go!!!!! start the music!!!!

http://youtube.com/watch?v=He1g7ujGztA

Here, start the music, I'mma heading your way.....
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