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Old 18-02-2015, 20:21   #61
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Re: Titles we really want to see in CF

Hunter's: Stupid idea or pure genius...you decide!
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MOB drills for singlehanders? (A contemplation)
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Old 18-02-2015, 20:58   #64
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That works too to keep them from pressing that all too interesting little red button on the vhf.


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Old 18-02-2015, 21:04   #65
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"Oil dipstick isn't touching oil anymore, where do I buy a longer one?"
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Old 18-02-2015, 21:34   #66
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My Yanmar is burning a qt of oil a week, I don't change the oil, it's not in there long enough...
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If two hulls are twice as good as one, are four hulls twice as good as two?

Going to sea with a spade rudder, or a hand grenade with a missing pin, which is more hazardous?
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Old 18-02-2015, 21:43   #68
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Re: Titles we really want to see in CF

And the ones we have seen..
'Where can I buy a wobblegrommet?' ... no mention anywhere as to the OPs location.
'What sort of boat should I buy?'... once again no hints as to location or usage but that wont stop partisan warfare being waged over 500 posts. The OP quits the fray at about post #10
'Are boat type A better than boat type B?'... ditto
'Are spade rudders safe?' ditto dos
and so it goes on.....

then there is 'I am planning a long sea voyage...' ... where partisanship is abandoned for a good old unified 'letsbashtheOPfest'.....
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Re: Titles we really want to see in CF

Where can I find a 40-foot blue-water capable catamaran for under $40K? When I find it, what kind of gun and anchor should I carry on it?
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"How do I get the dead skipper out of the quarterberth? Parbuckling??"
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Old 19-02-2015, 01:07   #72
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" I'm down to my last anchor but have three more anchorages I want to visit "

This thread could be merged with...

" Sunsail really need to provide enough anchors for a one week charter "
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Re: Titles we really want to see in CF

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And the ones we have seen..
'Where can I buy a wobblegrommet?' ... no mention anywhere as to the OPs location.
'What sort of boat should I buy?'... once again no hints as to location or usage but that wont stop partisan warfare being waged over 500 posts. The OP quits the fray at about post #10
'Are boat type A better than boat type B?'... ditto
'Are spade rudders safe?' ditto dos
and so it goes on.....

then there is 'I am planning a long sea voyage...' ... where partisanship is abandoned for a good old unified 'letsbashtheOPfest'.....
This looks like the list of "current threads"

Otherwise known as topics we DON"T want to see - LOL...

"Bought an EPIRB - Do I still need a weather report?"
"Bought an EPIRB - Do I still need a bilge pump?"
"Bought an EPIRB - Do I still need a VHF radio?"
"Bought an EPIRB - - Do I still need sailing lessons?"
"Bought an EPIRB - Do I still need a brain?"

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Why do CF'ers get snarky about EPIRB activatorw?

Libelous Gossip on CF!

Why won't this skipper do what I want?

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"My sea sick wife insists I sell the boat"

" will a catamaran cure my wife's sea sickness"

" Divorced sailor looking for ( non sea sick ) first mate/ mermaid"
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