What an old PDQ 32 sailor is up to

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What an old PDQ 32 sailor is up to

Postby thinwater » Mon Jul 16, 2018 4:35 pm

If you get Practical Sailor, check out the F-24 MK I review this month. That's my new ride.

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My old PDQ on the left (now Brown Eyed Girl III and moved to Rhode Island) and my un-named F-24 of the right (Deale Maryland).

There are PDQ shots in other articles of mine in that issue as well. No-chain rodes, stretching ice, and non-slip tape.

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Re: What an old PDQ 32 sailor is up to

Postby Iriemon » Wed Jul 18, 2018 1:04 pm

I gotta say, based on that picture alone, the cabin on the 32 looks a whole lot more comfy than the F-27.

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Re: What an old PDQ 32 sailor is up to

Postby thinwater » Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:52 pm

I wore my dry suit more, but in fact, this was only a few weeks later. I've always been a cold weather person (look at my avitar). Rain is more of a nuisance than cold.

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