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Old 19-10-2008, 19:04   #1
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Old 19-10-2008, 19:38   #2
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Very, very good!!
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Old 19-10-2008, 21:19   #3
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Even trying to read satire about it bores me to tears. The first few para's made me giggle but then I had a snooze.
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Saw this many years ago. It's still funny, but I don't really get the bit about ventilation. It might apply to older generation cats though.
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Saw this many years ago. It's still funny, but I don't really get the bit about ventilation. It might apply to older generation cats though.
Very enjoyable read. Thanks surfing.

Even if it was true about ventilation, who spends most of their time below deck on a catamaran? The view, shade, fresh air, space to stretch out and cold drinks courtesey of the ice maker is in the salon. What need is there to cool down the cave?
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Old 24-10-2008, 07:31   #6
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Very funny read!!!! With 22 hatches, and ports plus our doorway. If there is a 5 knot breeze I can take a mid day nap in 95 degree weather in Miami. If there is no breeze part of the afternoon can be spent on floats under the bridgedeck!
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