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12-22-2010 02:00 PM
ArcherBowman Sometimes you sail in light/no air because that's the time you've got to go sailing, and a bad day on the water is better than a good day at the office.
12-09-2010 10:44 PM
Pau Hana Daz
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Originally Posted by danstanford View Post
It's a long way to tip a Rari!
This has to be one of the all time best puns.

Good on ya sir.
12-09-2010 06:39 PM
MarioG SANY0431

So we are hanging on the hook in St Augastine Fl and this POS scraps down the side of our boat. It looked abandoned so I have the 1st mate call the CG to tell them about a hazzard in the water way. Well the Fire Dept come out and have me cut the 1 anchor line that had to be 4"in dia. with growth so I can free one or both my anchor lines, then drag it over to the city mooring field. Ok so now we have a not so nice scratch down the side of our boat because the rub rail was half hanging of the boat with a piece of rope holding it on, but figureing it was an abandoned what can you do?
Well a few hours later comes this wacked out woman in a dinghy yelling that it was her boat and we shouldn't have cut her line and wanted me to pay the mooring cost or she was going to call the police. WTF I thought my 1st mate was going to bitch slap her, but she just left after a few nasty words.

not sure what to do the registration was way out of date so i'm sure she has no insurance but do have the old reg. # and the marina dock master came and took pictures. Will talk to them in the morning to see what we can do.

I wish Iand still might get a picture of the half a$$ knot that was in the anchore line above where I cut it. The line was so slimmy with growth the fireman just said cut it.

I thought Fl had rules about boats like this in the water ways?
12-09-2010 04:55 PM
Classic30
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Originally Posted by ftldiver View Post
Nantucket


That's good... really good.
12-09-2010 04:54 PM
danstanford Thanks bl, I was thinking nobody got it! I was proud as all get out and was just grinning away like a two year old reading it again!
12-09-2010 03:00 PM
Boasun The Boat in post #224. Wonder if it could be used for Gunnery practice by the Navy??
The Owner of the boat in post #226 probably works as a Rent-a-Clown for parties.
12-09-2010 02:34 PM
Multihullgirl sailingdog

where and/or what is BFS? sticker looks p'shopped
12-09-2010 10:39 AM
SecondWindNC That Nantucket boat is just amazing!
12-09-2010 10:08 AM
sailingdog Saw this one on a delivery trip I did a while back...



With the satellite dish and umbrella, I get the feeling he doesn't sail much... but he's got his BFS stickers...
12-09-2010 09:33 AM
sailordave Nice.... NOT.

BUT, what are those two beauties in the background on the left? Cool!
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