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How bout kids having fun on boats?

And please don't get yer panties in a bunch about some of the safety attributes. There obviously seems to be enough kids always around such that one or two not making it probably wouldn't be that big of a deal.












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This was a few years back

#2 Son cooling off after a long sail from Dana Point to Newport and back on the hotest day in Aug



daughter doing the same


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THree kids having fun...

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like seeing kids having fun on boats, and those are great pic's

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That's nice.

A lot of kids don't appreciate how good they have it!!
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Man, the big kid in the center of this photo is really ughly...






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although not necessarily on the same day. the second pic she did have her bathing suit on.
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how do you have that hooked up?

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Paradise Bay

The kids having fun at Paradise Bay. Malta. One of the clearest bays in the archipelago.
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