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2 Weeks Ago 09:25 AM
Re: Shameless plug

Good stuff Brian. Of course, I know full well where B & L were in late August for a week; they were playing host to a couple of wayward SNers who washed up in their harbour for a week. Thanks to our engine problems my spouse and I got to taste the hospitality of Dock Six/Port Dover in general, and Brian in particular.

So thanks Brian
2 Weeks Ago 08:55 AM
Re: Shameless plug

Let's see

Honeymoon; mojo; Back in the Saddle; doing everything wrong; and (best of all) a wiggling cleat (name of my college band)

Yet no need for a "parental advisory explicit content" sticker

2 Weeks Ago 08:50 AM
Re: Shameless plug

Nice site I'll be adding it to my list also.

You had me with "Garlic makes everything taste better"

Like the davits project how are they holding up?
2 Weeks Ago 05:53 PM
Re: Shameless plug

That is some serious movement of that cleat, you know your new girl has a lot more free-board creating windage!
2 Weeks Ago 03:12 PM
Re: Shameless plug

Welcome back brotha.
2 Weeks Ago 09:49 AM
Re: Shameless plug

Finally, back.
Dock Six Chronicles: Back in the Saddle Again

08-16-2014 06:47 PM
Re: Shameless plug

Very nice bl. 40 knots? I gotta say it...

Oh hell yeah!!

07-22-2014 08:55 AM
Re: Shameless plug

Canada Day looks like fun.
07-21-2014 11:49 PM
Re: Shameless plug

She sails to her rating. Faster than Whiskeyjack, not as quick as an S2 8.0 aft cockpit. She is a setter, not a pointer.

New post with vid underway:

Dock Six Chronicles: Canada Day
07-21-2014 12:52 PM
Re: Shameless plug

Not when you're maneuvering at the dock, or swinging on an anchor.
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