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25 feet or under 246 24.17%
26-35 feet 490 48.13%
36-47 feet 249 24.46%
Greater than 47 feet 33 3.24%
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42 feet and even truer lines than Giu's.
This is SAILnet...not YAWNnet.....or myboatsailslikeawashingmachineandIamtoofatandoldan dliketoknitandmacrameandloveoprahnet



geee some people....

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te - could you knit me a set of cozies for my winches?

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Knit me a bimini!

34 feet and wise enough to not mess with Giu. (at least while he's looking!)


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Sorry guys, i've got too many orders for them already. Besides, I can't seem to remember where I put the needles.
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This is SAILnet...not YAWNnet.....or myboatsailslikeawashingmachineandIamtoofatandoldan dliketoknitandmacrameandloveoprahnet



geee some people....
Some of us aren't into the clorox bottle reverse transom look, even if it is a one off custom job. Yes it's fast and well equipped but.....
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Some of us aren't into the clorox bottle reverse transom look, even if it is a one off custom job. Yes it's fast and well equipped but.....
But Charlie,
some us had to pay more than twenty bucks for our boats.

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