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Nice way to make a living while crusing

Cruising Circus - Voilier Spectacle - YouTube
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Very cool video David. Makes me wish I was that age again.
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Great video David.
Gives a whole new meaning to "going aloft".
Seems like a circus every time I get under...now if I could only
work out a way to pass the hat!
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I'll bet it would be easier for this crew to retrieve a halyard than for me to open a bottle of beer.
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