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Old 09-10-2008, 10:13   #316
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We'll give you price on spec.

Taste you have to prove. Me and 16,000+ CF members will be over for fruity rum drinks on Friday...
Pineapple spears and fruffi umbrellas! We demands 'em!
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Old 09-10-2008, 10:21   #317
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Any talk about rum has to be saily by definition. For a rum cocktail, I like the Montego Bay rum, but for sheer sipping pleasure there is a very superior product available from Grenada.
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Old 09-10-2008, 12:24   #318
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OK I can see a positive having a Multi tied each side. I would never sink and remain level.
Plus,
No.??? positive of rafting to a Multi..... we can can have the party on the Multi and leave the mess for them to clean up next morning with the excuse we have to shove off early to meet the tide because we sail slower :-)
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Old 09-10-2008, 12:54   #319
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I would argue that the best rum, well pretty close ( No3 for taste No1 for price), is the brew I make and it will be done on a cat.

MMMmmm, Rum

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So Dave.....do you call it "Cat Piss" or some other moniker?
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Old 09-10-2008, 13:04   #320
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276 - Having a mono means you don't have to have a complex about the number of hulls you have. It appear the greater the number of hulls the greater the complex
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Beer? On this one I am more of a Multi man, rather than a Mono beer drinker
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Any talk about rum has to be saily by definition. For a rum cocktail, I like the Montego Bay rum, but for sheer sipping pleasure there is a very superior product available from Grenada.
Has anyone tried "Clasico" rum from Venezuela? VERY nice. Discovered it when we visited maybe 25 years ago. Asked for a Cuba Libre, the surly waiter returns a couple of minutes later, slams a bottle of Clasico on the table and asks, " 'Ow many Pepsi's?". What a country.
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Hey Wheels, love that one... And since the party was on their boat, you can sneak your sack or 2 of garbage onto their deck, and it just blends in!
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Ooh, that's evil...
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Hey Wheels, love that one... And since the party was on their boat, you can sneak your sack or 2 of garbage onto their deck, and it just blends in!
Learning who NOT to raft up with is useful too.

Actually I was thinking that one could just shove all the rubbish down a mono's hatch, and being so dark and damp down there, no-one would ever notice.
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Actually I was thinking that one could just shove all the rubbish down a mono's hatch, and being so dark and damp down there, no-one would ever notice.
LOL... good one!
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We'll give you price on spec.

Taste you have to prove. Me and 16,000+ CF members will be over for fruity rum drinks on Friday...
Deal, I'll supply the sandpaper

The boat will be finished in no time, then drinks.

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So Dave.....do you call it "Cat Piss" or some other moniker?
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Could hide the garbage in the multi's sail locker too - might be months before it's opened up. Or, the chain locker, since they don't anchor, they just beach them anyway.
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278- monos have far less storage space so you can find things faster

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