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Topic Review (Newest First)
11-25-2009 12:42 AM
davidpm Sailboat Mench
Wave Whisperer

Keep them coming. I had to google some of your words though to find out what they meant.

My son suguested "boat whore", again think business card and website.
11-24-2009 09:09 PM
scottyt JIBolo or genoaolo all depending on head size... head sail size i mean
11-24-2009 07:13 PM
arf145 Boat Whisperer? Sailsman? Old Salt? Skipper Emeritus?
11-24-2009 12:01 PM
Boasun Could be a Boatswain for everything above deck and an boat engineer for everything below deck.
One takes care of the rigging & all items above deck and the other takes care of all the mechanical items.
Both would be very knowledgible about their areas of expertise.
11-24-2009 06:56 AM
Dirtboy Do Boy

That's what we call 'em down here.

DB
11-24-2009 03:41 AM
SVPrairieRose The Son You Always Wanted
11-24-2009 02:23 AM
poopdeckpappy a boatwright ?
11-24-2009 01:51 AM
US27inKS
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Originally Posted by Fstbttms View Post
Not only does that describe the job but it would be a great business name.
It also lets everyone know that you're more than willing to be helpful, but expect to be paid for it. It's not much of a business if they forget to write you a check at the end of the day.
11-24-2009 01:22 AM
scottyt
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Originally Posted by davidpm View Post
Keep it clean guys
well there goes my responce
11-24-2009 12:27 AM
Fstbttms
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Originally Posted by US27inKS View Post
First Mate for Hire.
Not only does that describe the job but it would be a great business name.
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