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Old 14-04-2007, 23:42   #31
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Arrrr thanks Cooper, that's much clearer. :-)
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Old 15-04-2007, 07:02   #32
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Can't hold a candle to a catamaran . . .

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There are lovers of monococasco and lovers of the catamaran. By many opinions that occur, each one it it will continue liking its option. I first navegué in monocoque during years. Now I do it in catamaran and my friends invite me to their monocoques; we sailed almost always in my boat. I will continue having my catamaran of candle. My friends will continue having their monocoques. Therefore, we will sail almost always in my boat.
Pretty close! Except that vela (candle) also means "sail," so catamaran de vela is a sailing cat.

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Old 19-04-2007, 20:39   #33
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That boat must be bloody uncomfortable - it looks like they're all about to jump off!
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Carefull when you pass it there may be nobody on board....
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Old 20-04-2007, 10:19   #35
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When you say "pass it", do you mean a kidney stone because you can't mean the catamaran because you would never catch it!!
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"Dude, who's idea was the communal toilet on the side of the boat?"
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"our skipper might not be able to sail .... but at least he's going to pass that Cat that started yesterday "
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Honey - look up ahead. Isn't that those nice folks that left yesterday ?
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How did that cat sail through us to leeward while they are sitting eating lunch?
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We should really circle back to those poor, bruised people behind us and ask if they'd like our rail pads, dramamine, and drink holders, we've never used them.
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monohull crew's rush of adrenilin was only surpassed by...
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ADVICE: When towing monohulls - slow down, they are not stable
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LOL best one so far IMHO.
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