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03-22-2008 06:45 PM
Valiente
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Originally Posted by Cruisingdad View Post
All I can say is THANK GOD BARRY MANELOW'S BOAT IS NOT FOR SALE!!!
No kidding. It would have to be posted in an environmental thread just for the oil slick it leaves in its wake....
03-21-2008 07:29 PM
sanctuarysam
so..was she called "Part of the Plan?"

uhm..i must have missed his obit...i didn't even know he had passed away..shame, a great musician..loved his collaboration w/ tim weisberg...
03-11-2008 10:30 AM
T34C Beautiful boat.
03-11-2008 12:16 AM
starboardyacht "The leader of the band is gone" ..... but he obviously loved that boat, hope it goes to someone who appreciates it as much... gonna put on "run for the roses", and toast cap'n dan right now.........
03-10-2008 06:58 PM
sailaway21
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Originally Posted by Cruisingdad View Post
That is just great Halekai. If my wife see this I will own two boats... then I will ban you and send gweedo your way!!!! HEHEHE!

All I can say is THANK GOD BARRY MANELOW'S BOAT IS NOT FOR SALE!!!

- CD

In all seriousness, beautiful boat. I did not know he was a sailor. Liveaboard or just occasional sailor? Did you know him?
And then it won't seem so incongruous to see you in the quality boat thread as well. (g) A tip of the cap to the inestimable Mrs CD.
03-10-2008 06:26 PM
Cruisingdad
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Originally Posted by halekai36 View Post
I guess it's in the public domain so why not..

Dan Fogleberg's Web Site
That is just great Halekai. If my wife see this I will own two boats... then I will ban you and send gweedo your way!!!! HEHEHE!

All I can say is THANK GOD BARRY MANELOW'S BOAT IS NOT FOR SALE!!!

- CD

In all seriousness, beautiful boat. I did not know he was a sailor. Liveaboard or just occasional sailor? Did you know him?
03-10-2008 03:56 PM
Maine Sail
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Originally Posted by sanctuarysam View Post
The listing I linked to bellow is of a 2000 Robinhood 36 (Cape Dory 36). This particular boat was owned by a famous musician who resided on the Maine Coast & sadly just recently passed away.

so..uhm, who owned this boat?..she is a stunning example of someone who cared deeply about her.
if only.....

I guess it's in the public domain so why not..

Dan Fogleberg's Web Site
03-10-2008 02:07 PM
camaraderie I'm sure she won't last long regardless of what the BUC book says! Quality and care are evident.
03-10-2008 12:21 PM
sanctuarysam The listing I linked to bellow is of a 2000 Robinhood 36 (Cape Dory 36). This particular boat was owned by a famous musician who resided on the Maine Coast & sadly just recently passed away.

so..uhm, who owned this boat?..she is a stunning example of someone who cared deeply about her.
if only.....
03-10-2008 12:13 PM
Bardo Heavy Sigh. I COULD have that boat. Or I COULD have my wife. I COULDN'T have both. I'll let her know she's out!
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