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About Flick

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    Olympia, WA
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    All aspects of sailing -- more cruising-oriented than racing.

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  1. Flick

    what was it?

    Hope Terrorist will weather the latest hurricane (Hanna) safely?
  2. Flick

    what was it?

    What's the trough in the foredeck for? Does the spinnaker pole nest there? (Looks like a lotta work went into THAT restoration!)
  3. Flick

    what is it?

    Beautiful job, however!
  4. Flick

    our next victim

    I've wondered what Bob thinks, from a design perspective, of the Kettenburg boats. (There's something that just seems "right" about the cabin proportions & coachroof crowns of the Kettenburg-designed boats.)
  5. Flick

    opinions on mainsail trim

    Maybe ease the vang (and maybe the outhaul) and more main halyard tension?
  6. Flick

    Caption Contest

    "Dude! Off the STERN -- we can use the extra thrust!"
  7. Flick

    what are they?

    Latitude 38 recently posted a picture that suggests they may be SunFast 3600? (At least in the foreground -- or maybe inner & outer shells?) https://www.latitude38.com/lectronic/2019/03/04/#duos-race-around-new-zealand But I don't know nuttin' 'bout no modern boats . . .
  8. Flick

    Evening Glass

    Kettenburg 41 -- there's a local one here near Olympia, WA. To my eyes, the prettiest boat around.
  9. Flick

    Tracking down Hobie 33's

    There's one lying neglected in Port Ludlow. Can't remember the name (mythology-themed, iirc). White boat, w/blue accents (again, iirc). (I'll probably be there again this summer -- I'll check then.)
  10. Flick

    what is it?

    Wet landing.
  11. Flick

    caption contest

    Dead last and practicing for the awards ceremony.
  12. Flick

    Annapolis - Powerboat on Sailboat Crime

    Isn't there something about "a fishing vessel engaged in fishing" being the stand-on vessel? (Of course, in this case, it's the vessel that's "standing on" the sailboat . . . ) (Ooops! Not the first to suggest this. Sorry!)