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Old 09-21-2017, 08:38 PM   #1
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New to the forum. I have a young family that spends as much time on the water as possible. We currently have an Albin 28TE that we took for a month in the Bahamas this June.
With the boys getting bigger we are now in the market for something with a bit more space like a GB36.
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Wifey B: Welcome aboard.

Now, I cannot not ask this question. Where are the kid's PFD's?
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Great memories for your kids. Those look like Threshers in the water?
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Now, I cannot not ask this question. Where are the kid's PFD's?
I understand your concerns. To say we are sticklers for safety is an understatement. Both boys swim like fish and we had to take them off from time to time to let the PFD'S dry out. They spent 18 hours a day in the water........maybe more. Lol
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Great memories for your kids. Those look like Threshers in the water?
Actually Nurse sharks.........lots and lots of nurse sharks. Boys loved them!
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