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cavelamb January 23rd 11 04:18 AM

Cannibal
 


What do you think, Wilbur?
Would this one do?

Cannibal
http://www.sailingtexas.com/scustom54100.html

--

Richard Lamb
email me:
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www.home.earthlink.net/~cavelamb


Jessica B January 23rd 11 06:38 PM

Cannibal
 
On Sat, 22 Jan 2011 22:18:51 -0600, CaveLamb
wrote:



What do you think, Wilbur?
Would this one do?

Cannibal
http://www.sailingtexas.com/scustom54100.html


Wow... pretty boat, but isn't it a pain to get in an out from where
the big wheel is? Seems like they could have made it simpler.

A washer/dryer on a sailboat??? That's weird!
--

47 is special

Wilbur Hubbard January 23rd 11 06:52 PM

Cannibal
 
"CaveLamb" wrote in message
m...


What do you think, Wilbur?
Would this one do?

Cannibal
http://www.sailingtexas.com/scustom54100.html




Might make a good live-aboard-at-a-dock boat. This is the type of boat that
only a "Bruce in Bangkok" would love.

That particular Morgan will go to weather about as well as a haymow. It's
sad that anybody would buy a sailboat that doesn't really sail and has a
huge motor in a failed attempt to compensate. The interior is designed to
attract the distaff side in that it looks like and is equipped like an
apartment ashore.



Wilbur Hubbard



cavelamb January 23rd 11 09:10 PM

Cannibal
 

I guess you didn't notice the
"Twice around the world - by husband and wife"
part?

But maybe that's not your kind of sailing?



Wilbur Hubbard wrote:
"CaveLamb" wrote in message
m...

What do you think, Wilbur?
Would this one do?

Cannibal
http://www.sailingtexas.com/scustom54100.html




Might make a good live-aboard-at-a-dock boat. This is the type of boat that
only a "Bruce in Bangkok" would love.

That particular Morgan will go to weather about as well as a haymow. It's
sad that anybody would buy a sailboat that doesn't really sail and has a
huge motor in a failed attempt to compensate. The interior is designed to
attract the distaff side in that it looks like and is equipped like an
apartment ashore.



Wilbur Hubbard




--

Richard Lamb
email me:
web site:
http://www.home.earthlink.net/~cavelamb


Wilbur Hubbard January 23rd 11 09:15 PM

Cannibal
 
"CaveLamb" wrote in message
m...

I guess you didn't notice the
"Twice around the world - by husband and wife"
part?



On the deck of a freighter perhaps. . . Or, more likely they were talking
about their sexual adventures.


Wilbur Hubbard



Gordon January 23rd 11 09:38 PM

Cannibal
 
On 1/22/2011 8:18 PM, CaveLamb wrote:


What do you think, Wilbur?
Would this one do?

Cannibal
http://www.sailingtexas.com/scustom54100.html


No place to hang his auxiliary.
G

Bruce in Bangkok[_16_] January 23rd 11 10:56 PM

Cannibal
 
On Sun, 23 Jan 2011 13:52:41 -0500, "Wilbur Hubbard"
wrote:

"CaveLamb" wrote in message
om...


What do you think, Wilbur?
Would this one do?

Cannibal
http://www.sailingtexas.com/scustom54100.html




Might make a good live-aboard-at-a-dock boat. This is the type of boat that
only a "Bruce in Bangkok" would love.

That particular Morgan will go to weather about as well as a haymow. It's
sad that anybody would buy a sailboat that doesn't really sail and has a
huge motor in a failed attempt to compensate. The interior is designed to
attract the distaff side in that it looks like and is equipped like an
apartment ashore.



Wilbur Hubbard

Willie-boy, you really expose your lack of knowledge of the "Cruising"
world every time you post.

Now sit down and think how you would want your "Real Cruising" boat
equipped. Not the afternoon junket down the bay, or even the weekend
cruising. No, the real cruising life style - you sell the house, kiss
the kids good-bye and sail off.

That is the type of people in my world and once you depart from the
bounds of the afternoon cruise in the bay (and then you discover that
the winds aren't blowing you abandon that). I'm talking about, say a
"cruise" from Perth, Australia to Phuket, Thailand; maybe a nice trip
from Singapore to India (non stop), you know stuff like that? A little
late to abandon "afternoon cruise" when you are in the middle of the
Indian Ocean and the wind stops blowing.

I suspect that once you try to pack your dunnage onto a tiny little
boat like yours you might change your tune a little. Imagine -
everything you own on a peanut sized boat, no storage ashore, just you
and your boat.... and little is better?

No Willie-boy, you don't know a thing about real cruisers and you
demonstrate your ignorance in your every post. Jesus! Cheating Walmart
out of the price of a bottle of booze? A real cruiser!

Cheers,

Bruce
(bruceinbangkokatgmaildotcom)

Steve Lusardi January 23rd 11 11:42 PM

Cannibal
 
Jessica,
I hate laundermats. I have a washer and dryer on my boat. They are very useful. Here is a tip, never use a belt drive model. They
throw the belt off when sailing.
Steve

"Jessica B" wrote in message ...
On Sat, 22 Jan 2011 22:18:51 -0600, CaveLamb
wrote:



What do you think, Wilbur?
Would this one do?

Cannibal
http://www.sailingtexas.com/scustom54100.html


Wow... pretty boat, but isn't it a pain to get in an out from where
the big wheel is? Seems like they could have made it simpler.

A washer/dryer on a sailboat??? That's weird!
--

47 is special



cavelamb January 23rd 11 11:48 PM

Cannibal
 
I'm guessing that on a two or three year cruise it might be nice to
processionally have clean clothes.

But that's just me. YMMV?


Steve Lusardi wrote:
Jessica,
I hate laundermats. I have a washer and dryer on my boat. They are very
useful. Here is a tip, never use a belt drive model. They throw the belt
off when sailing.
Steve

"Jessica B" wrote in message
...
On Sat, 22 Jan 2011 22:18:51 -0600, CaveLamb
wrote:



What do you think, Wilbur?
Would this one do?

Cannibal
http://www.sailingtexas.com/scustom54100.html


Wow... pretty boat, but isn't it a pain to get in an out from where
the big wheel is? Seems like they could have made it simpler.

A washer/dryer on a sailboat??? That's weird!
--

47 is special




--

Richard Lamb
email me:

web site:
http://www.home.earthlink.net/~cavelamb


Jessica B January 23rd 11 11:55 PM

Cannibal
 
On Sun, 23 Jan 2011 16:15:16 -0500, "Wilbur Hubbard"
wrote:

"CaveLamb" wrote in message
om...

I guess you didn't notice the
"Twice around the world - by husband and wife"
part?



On the deck of a freighter perhaps. . . Or, more likely they were talking
about their sexual adventures.


Wilbur Hubbard


Heh...


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