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Recreational boats have been called many things, but some of them and their skippers are cute and sweet. Here are two I like from last summer. I can’t even tell you the manufacturers. Here’s cute…

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and here’s sweet. Any identification of the brands, appreciated.

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Talking of what boats are called, here’s are one, two lists that contain a number I’ve never heard of before. More on dhows later from my Gulf period.

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