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Thanks Dylan. That was fun.
Some of it sounded like a Monty Python skit.
you are correct...
although the script at least treated us as human beings as opposed to fleas with the attention span of gnats
when I look at all that wood I just think of the endless hours in boatyards with bits of sandpaper and cans of unguent
mind you... judging by the accents I would guess that most of the winter work was done by stout fellows with rather different accents
we are probably the luckiest sailors ever to have existed
immortal boats, rot proof sails, uberstrong sheets, fantastic communications and navigation gear, safe waters, almost instant rescue, perfect weather forecasts
my boat is currently afloat attached to a pontoon in a 300 year old Scottish Harbour and taking no harm from being out in this bloody awful weather
the way I treat boats I would kill a wooden one every year
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