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Old 05-07-2010, 14:46   #31
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get rid of the wood burning stove in the center of the saloon,move to somewhere between 23south and 23north,to pay for this i guess we would have to sell the children.

Any body want to buy two fully boat trained children,both have done circumnavigations,low maintanance,boy 12 only needs internet connection and coco pops,girl 15,only needs more space for clothes,her 12" ft by 5"ft double cabin not big enough,generally has more money than parents due to lucrative baby sitting jobs.

OFFERS the south pacific is calling..........................
How about you keep the kids and I will take the boat?

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Old 05-07-2010, 15:27   #32
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Instead of a permanently mounted pedestal type salon table, I'd have one that swung up against the bulkhead and out of the way. The Albin Cumulus has the best version I've ever seen. It swung up, then slid over, very clever design.

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Enough of a bowsprit to get the drifter/spinnaker out and off of the anchors. Wet gear locker, though I have no idea where it would go. All the available space is taken up twice already! An easy way to get the running backstays out of the way when sailing off the wind. One more bookshelf.

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