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So I had just signed up for my sea trial and got an email this morning explaining there was an unfornutate incident..

 

Anyway, anyone have any feedback on the boat/ series,

 

seriously thinking about getting into the fleet

 

Flipper

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Just a guess here, but, I always assume these more cryptic posts are referencing the mythical front page.

 

No.

 

These are drug runners and this is how they communicate for pick-ups, drop-offs, payments, etc. In the old days they would take out a classified ad in the International Herald Tribune. This is much faster and easier.

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SA has that kind of viewership(?)

 

picture of the editor:

father_tempesta_01.jpg

 

Any more questions?

 

what are the chances we are losing him to that newly opened feet over in Rome?

 

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SA has that kind of viewership(?)

 

picture of the editor:

father_tempesta_01.jpg

 

Any more questions?

 

what are the chances we are losing him to that newly opened feet over in Rome?

Pope announces he is stepping down. Could it be??

 

TOG

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Went out with them last week, very fun to sail on. Breeze was about 10knts, flew hulls easily, ripped upwind and down. Other than the blocks and a few fastners, everything is carbon, even the headboard on the sail.

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Besides the fact that I've been drinking for several hours, ya know, snowed in... WTF is this post about???

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Besides the fact that I've been drinking for several hours, ya know, snowed in... WTF is this post about???

 

probably about tits sooner or later

 

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Stolen from the "Front Page"

 

Dear Kenny,

We’re all very excited that you and your pals have embraced multihull sailing so completely, and your new, Ferrari Red Marstrom 32 is simply gorgeous.

That’s why I’m so sorry for breaking the beautiful piece of carbon porn that you call your Marstrom 32 mast. No, I wasn’t driving. No, I wasn’t even on the boat.

But I do admit to being the guy who stopped by in a 26′ Contender to say hello at the end of the day when the crew was chilling out, going nearly dead downwind, rehydrating and having a snack after a long day on the water. I might even have lulled them into a bit of a trance with a riveting tale, and when the main accidentally gybed over, it was all I could do to get Mer and I out of the way as the mast crashed down where we’d been just seconds before. 6 feet of depth isn’t a friendly place for a capsized M32 catamaran, and the mast didn’t last long in that environment.

The 6 hour rescue-and-tow, upside-down and backwards, is a whole ‘nother story, and once I’ve put a thousand miles between me and Miami, I’ll send it along. It’s pretty riveting, too.

Hope you like Meredith Block‘s photo of a much happier time — an hour before the capsize. You’ll have to wait for photos of the upside-down boat.

Best Regards,

-Mr. Clean

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