LeCabotin site web update
- To all...
We update our site about Le Cabotin, you will see the new design of the AS39
So enjoy it...
Jean et Gaby
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> So enjoy it...At time like this I wish I could
> Jean et Gaby
read and write French!
I get an error message, and
I understand just enough to
realize, I need to 'plus tard'
and have 'dépassé son quota'?
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Désolé. Ce site est momentanément indisponible.
Le site auquel vous essayez d'accéder a dépassé son quota de
transferts de fichiers.
L'accès à ce site sera rétabli d'ici une heure. Veuillez réessayer
- Hi Bruce.
Until someone better qualified comes along (Peter, you out there?)
>>We're sorry, the site is currently unavailable.The site which you are trying to access has exceeded its file transfer
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> We update our site about Le Cabotin, you will see
> the new design of the AS39
> So enjoy it...
> Jean et Gaby
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- Incredible! AZ motor-sailing version of the AS 39. My French is
pretty rusty, but the photos tell the story in any language.
Congratulations on a fine job (un bien travaille).
I know the exterior steel ballast,and the anti-phlumping bow (and
stern?) are Bolger's work. Is the glass house steering station his or
your idea. I think it looks great and it makes a great deal of sense
in our short warm weather cruising season here.
Bruce Hector, planning a little road trip south to escape last
night's 3" of cold white stuff.