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Old 18-09-2009, 15:00   #16
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Originally Posted by CaptForce View Post
With no taff rail we like the easy rinse off the stern,- no pads, -no "grass"...
That picture is great! Unfortunately for us our Schipperke just naturally picked the bow to do his business. He moved aboard when he was 8 weeks old, and for whatever reasons the foredeck just came naturally to him.

The hard part was after 7 years of cruising when we moved on land for a while, he kept going to the white tile in the kitchen, right to the point in the corner....

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