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The Red Lady

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    Charm City
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    Sailing, racing, music, fittness

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  1. So, it doesn't really have a damn thing to do with sailing, but it does promise to change your life if you buy it: "Suddenly respect is given (not earned), women want you and fish fear you! YOU are THE MAN!! That shit happens in real life, buy this speargun and you will see it first hand! Now you will be able to feed your friends and family fresh caught bullshark instead of bull!! THAT is something to be proud of!" I might buy the thing just so I can meet this chick! http://mobile.craigslist.org/spo/3997657610.html
  2. Ferro Cement sailboat...need I say more? Even if this boat had been kept up, I just don't find anything graceful about it. Especially that camper style coachroof.
  3. Okay, not a sailboat, but still pretty damn cool. Sorry for the cruddy pic, hard to take while you are driving down the highway. I loved how it looks like the amphibian sister of a 1950's Thunderbird. It even had fins.
  4. Why wait for the BBQ boat when you can have your own! http://m.hammacher.com/Product/Default.aspx?sku=11985 This is the boat with a built-in barbecue grill, umbrella, and trolling motor that provides waterborne cookouts for up to 10 adults. The boat's 24"-diam. steel charcoal grill is surrounded by an ABS table with 10 place settings that each have a recessed plate holder, three beverage holders, and silverware tray. Six compartments beneath the ABS seats store food and supplies for all-day cookouts. The 11'-diam. nylon umbrella can be retracted when using the grill. Its 30-watt electr
  5. Geez, you boys are making this WAY too difficult! A yacht in 3 easy steps:
  6. Electric wench = bionic woman??? No, just one who makes you shiver and sparks fly when she touches you. Sounds kinky..just don't get her wet...
  7. oh, like you've never flapped a leach before... flap flap flap flap flap flap flap flap....ahhhhh. "was it as good for you as it was for me, baby?" "no" *Facepalm*
  8. Speaking of big motor sailors... I do find parts of this boat attractive, and I totally give them a gold star for effort...well maintained, if not a little over the top. But the cabin looks to me like someone parked a Winnebago on top a noble yacht. But hell, it has a crows nest!
  9. I totally agree Crash, and said that I don't think the boat was ugly at all. It was more here because of this specific boats special extras...
  10. Crash, I think you win the prize! Cape Dory Typhoon it is. Down to the tiny round port lights.
  11. I've been walking pass this little guy for a about a month and have felt a tinge of guilt every time I thought of submitting it to this thread. The thing is, I don't find this boat ugly, just maybe a little absurd. This tiny little boat is more tricked out than many 40' boats I've seen. Double headsails, (roller furling of course), full keel, bowsprit, wind generator, and finally a mizzen mast! I do admire this boat and its owner, who clearly loves it, but WOW! Does anyone know what it is? I've tried the Googles with no luck.
  12. For some reason, when I look at this boat, all I can think of is this: (runs and hides)
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