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View Poll Results: Should I Install Spreader Lights which Shine Up as Well as Down?
Ugh! Are you crazy? What's next, shimmering blue underwater lights like on a Scumsucker? 7 33.33%
Yeah, it will look nice! And easy to find your boat in the anchorage, too. 14 66.67%
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Old 12-11-2012, 15:44   #16
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Re: Spreader Light Poll!

Originally Posted by Bash View Post
If a guy with a Moody 54 can't get nubiles to skinny-dip off his transom, even without the extra lights, then we need to open a different thread to explain how things work.

Perhaps we should start a remedial cruising forum?

(Hint: Might be helpful to leave the English Channel and take that boat someplace warm.)
LOL -- maybe it has something to do with the castration risk -- my wife has a few very sharp knives in her collection

Since she's paying for the new sails, she does have a say in the guest list -- umm, actually, she has that say in any case . . .

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