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07-11-2008 11:59 AM
jaylor My guess would be the white one is a Lagoon 420. The big one looks to be a Sunreef 62.
07-11-2008 11:31 AM
sailingdog Actually, you must have hull envy... I've got three hulls, and you claim that monohullers have hull envy cause they only have one and you have two...
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Originally Posted by chucklesR View Post
Nice try SD, I remain unconvinced
07-11-2008 10:48 AM
chucklesR Nice try SD, I remain unconvinced
07-11-2008 10:12 AM
MMR
Thank god...

...that Alex is in hiding....

He'd be calling 'em PONTOONS
07-11-2008 09:56 AM
sailingdog Again I have to remind chuckles to take his dementia meds... Amas are hulls.

See this definition:

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A hull is the body of a ship or boat. It is a central concept in floating vessels as it provides the buoyancy that keeps the vessel from sinking.
or this definition:

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the frame or body of a ship or boat exclusive of masts, yards, sails, and rigging
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Originally Posted by chucklesR View Post
Jealousy is not becoming in sailors. You all have 'hull' envy

My Gemini has only 18 inches of clearance at the stern directly under the cockpit. I occasionally get a slam because of the chop on the bay - the cockpit drains face aft so when I get a following wave it has been known to send a geyser of water up through the drain into the cockpit, not a ball busters, but certainly a ball washer.

The good news is, I seldom get a following wave because of course the boat is not constrained by that big lead mine you sink boats carry around - I'm faster than the waves ya'll sail through.

I don't have lead mine envy or heeling envy - and for the last time (I hope) a trimaran only has one hull. One hull, two ama's (or training wheels).
07-11-2008 09:43 AM
chucklesR Jealousy is not becoming in sailors. You all have 'hull' envy

My Gemini has only 18 inches of clearance at the stern directly under the cockpit. I occasionally get a slam because of the chop on the bay - the cockpit drains face aft so when I get a following wave it has been known to send a geyser of water up through the drain into the cockpit, not a ball busters, but certainly a ball washer.

The good news is, I seldom get a following wave because of course the boat is not constrained by that big lead mine you sink boats carry around - I'm faster than the waves ya'll sail through.

I don't have lead mine envy or heeling envy - and for the last time (I hope) a trimaran only has one hull. One hull, two ama's (or training wheels).
07-11-2008 12:07 AM
denby
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Originally Posted by MedSailor View Post
Man you make up a post and come back an hour later to see if anyone's replied and THIS happens....

Prouts slamming and crossdressing..... I never would have guessed.

MedSailor
See what happens when you leave the asylum patients on there own.
Don't do that again.
07-10-2008 11:45 PM
sailaway21 You should have called the thread SD and the Catamites!!!

(runs and hides under half a dinghy!)
07-10-2008 11:38 PM
MedSailor Man you make up a post and come back an hour later to see if anyone's replied and THIS happens....

Prouts slamming and crossdressing..... I never would have guessed.

MedSailor
07-10-2008 10:05 PM
Gary1 Dennis, I'll second that...
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