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Old 01-20-2014, 03:18 PM   #1
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What boat in Overboard?

Things are kind of slow today. Probably because all our Northern brethren are hunkered down for the next oncoming polar vortex. Not going to come down to Florida this time, though, thank goodness!

Anyway, I was kind of bored, and so watched a movie this afternoon. "Overboard," the 1980's movie with Curt Russel and Goldie Hawn.....I like any movie that stars a boat.

Beautiful boat. Beyond my pay grade, of course. But still beautiful. Anyone know her history???
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Old 01-20-2014, 03:42 PM   #2
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About 15 years ago it was at Leiberhaven's on Orcas Island,WA in sad shape, and they were planning to restore it. I don't know if they ever did.
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You saw a movie w Goldie Hawn and a boat in it and you noticed the boat???
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Old 01-20-2014, 04:30 PM   #5
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somebody told me about a movie with Jennifer Lopez and a boat in it.
I watched it three times .... never saw no boat.
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Old 01-20-2014, 05:26 PM   #6
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somebody told me about a movie with Jennifer Lopez and a boat in it.
I watched it three times .... never saw no boat.
Yeah. I saw that movie. I took notice of the stern very often.
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Old 01-20-2014, 08:39 PM   #7
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Yeah. I saw that movie. I took notice of the stern very often.
I see what you did there...
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Things are kind of slow today. Probably because all our Northern brethren are hunkered down for the next oncoming polar vortex. Not going to come down to Florida this time, though, thank goodness!

Anyway, I was kind of bored, and so watched a movie this afternoon. "Overboard," the 1980's movie with Curt Russel and Goldie Hawn.....I like any movie that stars a boat.

Beautiful boat. Beyond my pay grade, of course. But still beautiful. Anyone know her history???

I don't know much about the boat from overboard but I do know they filmed it in Noyo Harbor in Ft. Bragg California.. Hawn stayed next door from our family home in Mendocino. Always thought is was a strange place to film a movie with a boat as a major set.

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Hawn's movie isn't my idea of a "boat movie." This is:

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Well, of course...when they name a movie after you, what's not to like?
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Well, of course...when they name a movie after you, what's not to like?
Trust me, you'll like it.
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Old 01-21-2014, 01:58 AM   #12
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Recommend the books, the Audrey Maturin series by Patrick O'Brian. Story of Capt. Audrey, a British naval officer, during the Napoleonic wars. Life on a square rigger, operation of the ship, and lives of the seamen.
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Old 01-21-2014, 06:04 AM   #13
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On a two week cruise up to the Chesapeake my crew referred to it as "2 Weeks Before the Mast". Now why would they do that?

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Hawn's movie isn't my idea of a "boat movie." This is:

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So you prefer a movie with Russel Crowe and a bunch of grubby sailors..

I prefer a movie with a scantly clad Goldie Hawn...

I guess that says a lot about our preferences! some say there was a boat in Overboard???

I never noticed it



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Lord Cochrane is to blame for my unending need to be on or near the water as I am a descendent. Almost named my boat after his nickname "Sea Wolf".
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Movies, maybe, but IMHO, the Jack Aubrey series of books cannot begin to compare with the Hornblower series. :-) But different strokes for different folks, I guess.
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On a two week cruise up to the Chesapeake my crew referred to it as "2 Weeks Before the Mast". Now why would they do that?

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One of the first books I remember reading as a kid.

That trip obviously left an impression on your crew!
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On a two week cruise up to the Chesapeake my crew referred to it as "2 Weeks Before the Mast". Now why would they do that?
At least they didn't call you "Francis A. Thompson."
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They are doing a remake of "Overboard".

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The boat in Overboard was flying a Seattle Yacht Club burgee. Yes, I know there is something wrong with me for noticing that.
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