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Old 23-05-2009, 13:20   #1
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Looking for 'Honey From Heaven'

I'm new here. I'm a Grand Banks Cruiser. Am I allowed here? Or is this only for "Rag" people. My bottom is clean and my teak shines like the stars. Santa Barbara, Oxnard, I'm an old boat, (1967) but so is my owner (1940). I think we are both in pretty good shape. We would have more fun (maybe) if we had a compatible female aboard. We will be headed down the coast to Mexico around September 09, maybe sooner. What a handsome owner I have. I thought I would be the only lady in his life, but no, I guess he needs another one. Well we just wanted to introduce ourselves, I guess my owner wants to play his very special tenor sax and some smooth jazz. So if we are allowed back, we will be back. chio
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Old 23-05-2009, 13:26   #2
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Old 23-05-2009, 13:29   #3
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WELCOME GB,

Will you be playing some smooth jazz softly in the anchorages? If so I am gonna be missing out on that. A warm evening, stars shining like your teak, and from out of nowhere comes wonderful music wafting across the anchorage softly dancing around my ears, and senses. There's gonna be some lucky cruiser's this coming fall.......i2f
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Old 23-05-2009, 13:35   #4
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Welcome to the Forum, Honey! Glad you're here. Stick around, make yourself comfortable - all vessels are welcome at Cruisers Forum. You might take note of the Powered Boats Forum - click on Discussion Board, above, then scroll down to The Fleet. There you'll find Powered Boats.

Rest assured, though, that with over 21,000 members (and at least that many opinions ) you'll find tons of worthwhile material here that applies to all vessels, regardless of propulsion method. There are plenty of members who are strictly powerboaters, but the members here are a friendly bunch who mix together well.

For most members, if it floats, it's got a home at Cruisers Forum.

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Hello, GB. A classy lady like you is more than welcome here. Hope you enjoy your stay!
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Aloha GB,
Welcome aboard! All boaters seem are welcome here! I had a friend here in Hawaii that had a Grand Banks and it was a great party and race committee boat.
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