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Old Man On The Bow

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  1. espo is a dick

    You must not have been there before, CRW is blessed with most gorgeous brunette's than any place, this is one that leaves the blonds standing as brides maids, for a change. Looking forward to it again. Regards
  2. Fess Up...How many of you have sailed a Sea Snark?

    Sailed one many many yrs ago lots of fun, about 5 yrs ago on a salmon fishing party in northern MI I saw that my buddy hosting the party had one in the rafters of his shed on Grand lake, garage sail special several yrs earlier, they had never sailed it. His son and I took it out and had a great time, he got the hang of it still uses it some and I have taken it out a few times sense. Fun, crude but fun, it is what it is. And with all that Styrofoam beer is mandatory even for his son about 16 at the time. Regards
  3. Gary W Mull

    I guess I would call the Santanna 22 my first "real boat" Hull #26, Loved that boat. Had it for about a yr up in Long Beach, when I lost the rig, (aluminum chain plates can you say stupid!!) Took the boat back to Shock's and had new mast fabed from a 525 mast section, internal halyards, lead everything aft, some new UK sails, redid the bottom with an epoxy coat and realy started racing the boat, lots of fun. Won the crew of 2 around Catalina, dont know the real top speed, but pegged the old signet downwind many times running down thw back side of Catalina. And going to weather, it would heal just to about you had water comming over the coamings and just stay there. Won lots of club races in Newport when not racing other bigger boats, sold it to move up to a bigger boat, I would buy that boat again if I could find it and it was in solid shape, even got engaged on that boat. Very solid and overlooked design, definately not as exciting as many of Gary's other designs but definately one of the boats that got him started. Regards