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Old 04-08-2016, 20:02   #46
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Re: 'Captain's authority'

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Potentially the "captain" was keeping a dry boat and was a little paranoid about impressions. In this case he could have explained easily.

Other than that, if it wasn't a dry boat....
OP here, by dry boat I guess you mean 'no alcohol'. In this case far from it.
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