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Date Posted: - Tuesday - 10/14/08 - 6:07pm
Author: Bill Kranidis
Subject: You tell me ?
In reply to: Randall, Murre, M31 's message, "Wow, what a boat!" on - Tuesday - 10/ 7/08 - 10:11pm

It took me 3 weeks to update the website.....I was SO mesmerized by those photos, I kept looking at them and looking at them and forgot about posting them :-)

Those shots are absolutely great. It's pics like that that'll make me to go out and get me a M40 one of these days :-)

Beautiful boat and photos, Lawrence.......THANKS !!!

PS. Randall.......Great job on the prologue in Sharon's "Pacific Lady", buddy.

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[> [> Chase Boat Photographer -- Lawrence Killingsworth - M40 Ta' Ata Ori, - Wednesday - 10/15/08 - 11:15am

Thanks for the compliments, Bill, and mostly thank you for posting the new photos and keeping the website so Bristolfashion.
A sailing friend of ours was out on his boat one sunny afternoon and he took 153 shots from all angles of us going to weather in about 15 - 20 knots of breeze. (I didn't send 'em all in to you, though.)
A few weeks later, in light air, he took about 700 shots of us flying the spindrifter, mizzen stays'l (both black and gold), main and mizzen, for a total of 1978 sq feet of sail. I'll send you a couple of those.
So, yep, I would enthusiastically endorse your going out and getting a Mariner 40. They take some tender loving care, but wow, are they fun to sail.


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