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Old 10-13-2013, 03:01 PM   #1
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Salty enough?

Rebuilt my lower helm pump and went out for a sea trial. Just had to take some pictures of this salty boat...
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Nice!! Thanks for posting those.

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For those joining tis forum, this is a real "Ocean Capable Vessel"

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My Admiral would love to have such a crows nest to banish me to when she's not getting her way.
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For those joining this forum, this is a real "Ocean Capable Vessel"
Indeed it is! Makes me a little bit nostalgic, I have to confess, but I think that I pretty much got the blue-water craving out of my system with the sailboat, and am now satisfied to spend the "golden years" just being a river rat with the Gulfstar. (Still a twinge of envy, though. :-)

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