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December 22, 2010

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Tillerman

I often feel that some of the things I do with my Laser can only be appreciated as "performance art."

Pat (rgscpat, desertsea)

That boat has generated plenty of publicity and I understand it was sold to someone in Europe not so long ago.

But sinking ships are so specialized that they really ought to have professional management. Some time ago, I commented on the latest management trends for sinking ships in desertsea.blogspot.com/2010/07/how-to-fix-sinking-ship.html .

O Docker

This may be the ultimate low-maintenance boat.

Like it or not, all of our boats will end up this way, eventually.

Why not skip all of the sturm und drang, accept our ultimate fate, and get on with life?

Marina Del Rey Boat|Yachting

This picture is a classic.

Of course good Boat Bottom Cleaning may have kept this boat afloat.

Capt Jack Back

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