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Old 20-01-2022, 16:23   #1
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Looking for "Sailors Confessional"

I thought there was a forum area or category called "Sailors Confessional" or "Scuttle Butt News" on this forum. Is there such a section where cruisers spill their guts on stupid stuff they have done? I thought there was, it made for good reading.
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Old 20-01-2022, 16:29   #2
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Re: Looking for "Sailors Confessional"

If anyone still reads magazines, the back page of Pacific Yachting still has their monthly Cockpit Confession.
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Old 20-01-2022, 16:32   #3
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I thought there was a forum area or category called "Sailors Confessional" or "Scuttle Butt News" on this forum. Is there such a section where cruisers spill their guts on stupid stuff they have done? I thought there was, it made for good reading.
This is the sailor's confessional:

https://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/f108/

You probably had trouble finding it because it's not in the dropdown menu of popular forums (for some reason)
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It's on the forum "front page"
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It's on the forum "front page"
Ha! Stu, I'm going to send you a thanks and help ratchet up your green squares a bit.

I've been using cruisersforum.com as my login page, which takes you to the "portal" of current conversations.

Never realized that Crusiers Forum header up there took you to this fabulous "homepage"!
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Ha! Stu, I'm going to send you a thanks and help ratchet up your green squares a bit.

I've been using cruisersforum.com as my login page, which takes you to the "portal" of current conversations.

Never realized that Crusiers Forum header up there took you to this fabulous "homepage"!

Clicking directly on the "Forums" menu item rather than one of the sub items of that menu also takes you there.
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You must be in IT!

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Last page of Yachting Monthly
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