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Posted By webbie,
Mar 17, 2012 at 10:14 PM
Sold my little 18 foot monohull - am buying this one......no kidding. Who wants a ride this summer?
Holey Moley...that's a pretty radical course change, Captain.
20 knots, here I come!
Goodbye relaxed, carefree sailing...hello hang on for dear life and try real hard not to capsize sailing.
I know chit about sailing so I defer to fossil. I will wave to you from the shore.
I grew up sailing single hull boats on a small lake, never cared much for multi hulls. Congrats on the new one!
I'm with BB...we'll keep the cooler stocked & the BBQ at the ready
But congrats on the new "ride"
These smileys gotta go, BTW !
Was on a sail boat one time in my life. On a lake in Texas on a windy day. All I heard the whole time was "coming over" and me ducking. Evinrude is my hero.
I am diggin it.....looks like it would be friggin fun as hell...:D
I had to post it. I'm sorry. I never knew it was played on a 12 string electric guitar, so I like it a little now.
Where's the head on that boat? Over the side?
Nice looking boat Webbie i'm kind of a 'close to shore' boater though
Oh, if you are looking for a name, my vote is "Chum line" or "Seagull". "Chum line" is what will be trailing behind from the non-boater passengers, and the second is what will be following the chumline having lunch. Nice boat. I hope the beverage holders are gimbal mounted...
Awesome! We had a Hobie Cat when i was a kid. Tons of fun.
I would still take Loons boat any day.
Very Nice! Looks like a riot.
Since I'm getting old too fast, I figured I'd try a multi. They are fast and the wife likes fast...she gets bored in the mono.
If I end up going back to a mono in a few years, that will be fine. If not, I'll probably step up to a multi with a small cabin for longer day trips, etc.
My hero is Ian Farrier....
The guy is now, after already revolutionizing the boat biz, starting a new operation building his new boat. It's the sailing equiv of the Woodstock Progress....:D
You should probably wear a helmet on that thing! Congrats!
That's pretty sweet!
Here it is moving!
I think you should have "Hearth.com" put on your sail......
Nothin like "free advertisement"....
I've taken last place in the Buzzards Bay Regatta repeatedly.
Corsair's F-27 will always be my favorite Corsair.
Prepare to get wet.
I have seen similar craft travel at powerboat-like speeds down here on the Hudson. My father has wanted something like that for years. Does that one have a folding mechanism for trailering?
I don't have folding - the corsairs and farriers do.
I moor the boat, so I don't need it to fold - although if I enjoy the multi-hulls I'm going to probably get a farrier someday.
I think the Corsair is the one my father has had his eye on. I have never sailed a multi-hull, but I have been passed by a few. I imagine it would be a gas!
Well, plan that trip to RI and you'll get to take a ride....