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Date: 26 October 2013. Looking for Catamarans.


Yesterday morning I get up to find two new boats in the river anchored east of me. One's a pretty little monohull ketch and the other a big yellow trimaran. They looked a bit close but you know how angles can deceive you, especially if the view is a bit skewed? I continued to periodically eye-ball them, and when the tide changed they came together. Repeatedly.

Fenders were used, but you know how unreliable they can be.

I am pondering about that a tri- and a mono-hull getting that close together... Well, let us say that I am going to be looking for catamarans hereabouts.


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