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    Sailors Powerboat

    The Blue Star 29.9 - Mark Ellis design, Bruckmann Yachts build. Twin Yanmar 250 HP diesels. Fabulous family cruiser.
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    never fuckin' mind

    Licensed to kill gophers by the government of the United Nations. A Man, free to kill gophers at will. To kill, you must know your enemy, and in this case my enemy is a varmint. And a varmint will never quit - ever. They're like the Viet Cong - Varmint Cong. So you have to fall back on superior intelligence and superior firepower. And that's all she wrote.
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    never fuckin' mind

    What's the most you ever lost in a coin toss?
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    10 Days out.
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    Turbo Etchells

    Not much point doing any more. There, fixed it for you.
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    RIP Doug Peterson

    I found Bread. She was donated to the Sea Scouts in Bridgeport, CT.
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    RIP Doug Peterson

    And when you compare Bread and Sleeper, they are almost assuredly two different boats. Bread had an early version of rope clutches in 1979 and Sleeper is still a winch farm today. I wonder how many of these are sitting in the back of old yards, rotting.
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    RIP Doug Peterson

    And thar she is:
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    RIP Doug Peterson

    The light grey Ganbare 35 in Stamford, CT is called Sleeper. I'll try to snap a pic.
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    RIP Doug Peterson

    From the Right Coast, Not By Bread Alone (commonly referred to as just "Bread") was one of the most successful IOR boats of her time. There is a Ganbare 35 sitting in a slip in Stamford Landing Marina, Stamford, CT right now. She is light grey with a green sail cover. I can't remember her name right now, I'll come up with it. She could easily be the old Bread, repainted in grey. A shot of Bread back in the day (1979). Thank you Paul Mello for the photo.
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    Older well known IOR Boats

    The first Infinity was a Holland 40. Had the B&R Rig, tubular construction, etc. Here's the ad for her: Yachting - Google Books.html
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    Older well known IOR Boats

    Infinity too. A sister to Regardless? I can only find a shot of the 1983 Holland 47 version of Infinity, a beautiful look, but no where near as successful. A Larry Moran photo:
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    Radio controlled sailing

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    Manhasset Fall Series

    Wille you be teh Raice Ofcifer? Would that be a WNRO?