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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-18-2011 10:48 PM
rkfitz I spoke with Jodi at the Newport boat show, she said she is doing fine and she looked great. With the bad economy, ad revenue is down and they can't afford to finish the Shannon.
10-16-2011 05:44 PM
hellosailor Bob's a player. I'd bet his buck bought him first rights of refusal against any other buyer on the Shannon, and Shannon in turn is getting lots of free press while basically building one large new hull "on spec" hoping they'll be able to sell it when it is complete.

If Bob can sell shares...all's fair in love and war, that's a good way to make a profit too, isn't it?
10-15-2011 08:44 PM
mitiempo Looks like all small gauge wire - it pays to be self sufficient. I think tinned marine wire may be hard to find in the South Pacific and expensive if you do find it.
10-15-2011 05:34 PM
Interaxions with such a beautifully maintained vessel - why would they need such an extensive WIRE inventory - this worries me as I am looking at a formosa 51 - also well kept - I know things break at sea but....EXQUISITE SHIP!
07-23-2011 09:25 PM
zeehag sounds like spam, sans toast.....
07-23-2011 08:19 PM
sailpower
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Originally Posted by VetMike View Post
No, Japanese. It's a mixture or kanji and kana and characters. I could dig out my Japanese dictionary but it has been an very long time.
Google Translate detects it as Japanese but the translation doesn't go so well:

Brand products in a super town although one copy of one of Coach bags, What is experienced craftsmen bring to you before then carefully examined, arms? Expertise in the same meter r? Examined the mainspring of T? In the machinery C, authentic in detail and completely re? is F, your product delivered? approved that gem on the O? to Z. Chanel bag is always the best form? get you up at B, the best technique • You deliver the service attentive and g. supra site photo products d is the absolute? from photographs taken in one g, please and worry Prada bag? Chloe bag maker online services appropriate H-daily 10? r - 24? you accept your question to us and r. us if you have any questions? Please listen into account rather than h. Item? example B? Fu N, you? Birthday to Q, to celebrate job and provides a very cheap brand your copy on other occasions. Panerai also for gift wrapping? can gauge r, if there is any request, your customers feel like our site and wrap products I hope to convey. "
07-19-2011 07:43 AM
CruiserJoe
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Originally Posted by cardiacpaul View Post
I said then that this pair made ConchyJoe look like a piker.
They are pretty good friends.... That should tell you something.
06-19-2011 01:35 AM
Wolfman4u I don't even know why Iam on this website as Iam a old school Hermosa Beach Ca biker and know nothing about sailboats and have great respect fo Bob Bitchen Lipken for he knows how to live his dream and can put it in writing. Believe it or not sailors are kinda like bikers because we love adventure, we are clickish and belong to clubs, we like to party and even have tatoos and Bob like myself have met all these conditions. Live you Dream
06-13-2011 06:47 PM
VetMike No, Japanese. It's a mixture or kanji and kana and characters. I could dig out my Japanese dictionary but it has been an very long time.
02-14-2011 08:41 PM
zeehag is too bad about jody. i hope she is gonna be ok.
the magazine was decent for a while. then it got commercialized as does everything.
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