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If I could I would. Bigger than i'd wish for, more expensive than I could ever afford but oh my this turns me on big time.

From the same design team that gave the world the horror that is the Maltese Falcon but I'll forgive them for that if they'll just give me a 40' version of this thing. Currently building a 49'er.

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Good Lord Wombie....are you blind??????

It's a misfit...looks like the Titanic with a sail....I had better idea of your taste..but you must be drunk again...

That rig...not form that boat
That bow...not from that boat
that transom...not from that boat..

and the show box made like a cabin.....good Lord, man...did you drink 2 bottles of Portuguese wine in one go??

I warned you...I did....that stuff will make you see things...

To me looks like they took the bow of a tarnspac, the windows of Lusitania, trhe stern of the USS Eagle, the mast of a Shipman 63, and put it all together with a fruit box upside down for a cabin....

Like the sails, tough...
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I can't help it Alex. I love the thing. It seems I have warped across into some kind of anti-design alternative universe.

Maybe I am simply becoming utterly perverse in my old age.

Speaking of Portuguese wine......I found a quite good Portuguese restaurant in Sydney last week, even had some halfway decent Portuguese wines and Belem Tarts for dessert. Fabulous entree of Chicken feet, hearts and livers. Oh yes.

What's more they told me that they do the cabbage soup on Fridays and Saturdays.

Need to go back a few times to see how the menu works out overall but I enjoyed what I had on Tuesday. Owned by a Portuguese family and frequented largely by Portuguese ex patriots and their descendants.

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