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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-10-2012 01:08 AM
FSMike Usually, especially if they're pretty.
02-08-2012 10:50 PM
Lake Superior Sailor I owe a lot of tours ; Thats how I started!...Thanks, Dale
02-08-2012 10:35 PM
mdi Yes I do since a 41' fiberglass trimaran sailboat is not a common boat, it would be nice to have the wine too
04-09-2011 12:32 AM
centaursailor Always happy to let anyone interested have a look when I,v tidied up, tho tour is hardly the term for looking round a 26 ft Centaur.
Often happens when I cruise along the Irish coast and someone sees a different boat in their harbour.
Was even tempted to press gang a fab mum once but the her son was just too boisterous.

Safe sailing
Saol fada chugat, pirate queen
04-07-2011 10:20 AM
GraceOmallyPirateQueen It depends. Most likely yes to most, but if my dog growled or I felt an instinctive no, it would be no without a doubt.
01-08-2009 04:01 PM
zz4gta I'm going to start racing with a crew of midgets. Its all about perception.
01-08-2009 02:17 PM
N0NJY
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Originally Posted by zz4gta View Post
Maybe its a 25' thing, as my visitors didn't bring wine either.
Hmmm maybe a new bowsprit would make it look bigger? hehe
01-08-2009 01:17 PM
zz4gta
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Originally Posted by N0NJY View Post
I've already given more than a dozen "tours" (if you can call it a tour to climb down into a 25 foot boat on a trailer and duck a LOT).

No one brought wine...
Maybe its a 25' thing, as my visitors didn't bring wine either.
01-08-2009 12:53 PM
N0NJY My boat is sitting on it's trailer in the side yard of the house.

I've already given more than a dozen "tours" (if you can call it a tour to climb down into a 25 foot boat on a trailer and duck a LOT).

No one brought wine...
12-20-2008 04:53 PM
Capnblu Since my boat is on the hard, 30 miles from the nearest salt water. I wouldn't have thought I would have any unexpected visitors, and I haven't. Except for one. The young fellow was very polite and very inquisitive. As I spoke with him I recognized the same ambitions and desire to be on the sea that captured us so long ago. The time as we spent talking may have been lost to others, but it was I who was enriched.I asked nothing in return, and thanked him for dropping by. A few days later a gift was left under the keel, a large bundle of black walnut. It will make a beautiful accent for our new chart and dining tables. Thank you stranger.
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