[MHml] Re: Miami Sail-Off
multihulls at steamradio.com
Thu Mar 1 09:30:04 EST 2001
Those viking girls are a bit different than the average size 14 American
girl who hasn't left her hometown in her whole life. Tell me a place to meet
one who's willing to sail _any_ boat, small or large , and doesn't look like
a dog (I'm not referring to the boat) and I'd be veyr interested.
From: Reidar Uthaug <uthaug at online.no>
To: multihulls at steamradio.com <multihulls at steamradio.com>
Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2001 5:11 PM
Subject: SV: [MHml] Re: Miami Sail-Off
>> arrive at a situation wherein the salesman is selling the
>> performance aspects to Beach Cat Bob, but in the meantime Suzie
>> Belle has wandered over to the next dock and is measuring
>> curtains for the Fountaine Pajot. Suzie will win the ensuing
>This isn't always correct. Nowadays there are many very, very qualified
>female sailors around that enjoy fast sailing.
>One of the TRT owners and his "Suzie" here in Norway used to go sailing
>(including summer holiday cruising) for many years before they bought (and
>sailed home) their TRT.
>In what kind of boat? A Formula-28 katamaran!
>(This summer they start the season with the Oslo-Skagen race, then the
>Færder race followed by the Stavanger-Banff race whereupon they continue to
>go cruising England/Irland/Channel Islands. Another TRT family ( 2 kids)
>are planning to cruise around the world in a couple of years. And they all
>take part in Saturday races)
>But of course, I understand very well people buing boats with a bridgedeck
>cabin, trailer sailers etc. etc.
>Reidar Uthaug, having no interest in the TRT project
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