Sail4beer

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About Sail4beer

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    Toms River,NJ
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    Boats, my kids and guitars

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  1. Sail4beer

    Mocking Ads on Craigslist

    You know those bucket handles are actually cleats...
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    Random Pic of my Fareast 23R

    Yeah, the Fareast is designed to be less expensive than the competition and the carbon mast and boom would kill the price point.
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    Lamest sailing ad ever

    Damn! Looks like the Rimas Sailing School
  4. Sail4beer

    Looking for a Boat Delivery

    About $1.50 per mile with a single axle trailer.
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    Coolboats to admire

    White Cap 2017 Morton Johnson replica. Probably designed by Charles Mower
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    Help the Ed find the new "Anarchy"

    It’s much faster than the Mac 70
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    jack the dull knife

    Well...one of my boats is 70, another 87 and one from 1965. The marina here is full of antique yachts. anyway, I see tons of 1960’s boats floating everywhere I look. Fiberglass and not going anywhere unless you crush them into little pieces
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    jack the dull knife

    That looks to be a damn fine yacht that has come to the end. Sad that so much beauty is cast aside
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    Mocking Ads on Craigslist

    Loose luffed, eh?
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    Gelcoat - what am I doing wrong?

    Like JSB said wipe the area with some methyl ethyl keytone peroxide and it should cure. There should be no reason to remove it if it is still tacky. Go over it with more gelcoat; the wax hasn’t risen out of the gelcoat. In cooler weather you can thin the gelcoat with about 10% acetone or xylene to help the gelcoat get through the preval and put in a little more mekp than usual-about 3% by volume. And that will help it stay warm and cure fast.
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    Mocking Ads on Craigslist

    Have him put a couple of pounds lbs of gold in the bilge and I might consider his price
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    When you Mattered

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    When you Mattered

    That ship sailed and landed in Nanaiamo, Canada