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Gilles, don't think so. I'm working on the poster with only 5 boats left to identify. That doesn't mean that the ones I have marked down are correct. Also, I don't know many of the boats associated with SOLers. I know who is associated with the bottom right (6k)and I know it's name but haven't a clue about type of boat. Any hints from the owner?
“We may have arrived on different ships, but we are all in the same boat now!” Martin Luther King Jr.
Wow - I believe we have a new leader! When you're ready, send me your answers and I'll total the score. Maybe give the rest of these laggards something to shoot for.

Tyger is correct - Jubilant was added after most of the work on the poster was finished, though I do have a tile for her. There are a few more recent boats missing, and a couple of extras that we don't race (yet)/aren't soler's boats (4G, for example).
Wow - two "real" entries are in (sorry kroppyer, I missed the notification on yours) and some excellent boat recognizing!

By my somewhat arbitrary answer key (which I edited, as some of their answers were better than mine):

kroppyer - 51 points! Correctly ID'd almost all of the boats we sail and picked up many of the bonus points for names. Caught a couple of mistakes in the drawing as well :-) I think they're layer issues in the vector original, but 4D has some mast-step/forward beam issues, and 6I should definitely have 3 small oval windows below the sheer.

Tyger - 81 points!!! That's honestly basically a perfect score. The missing points are mainly in some of the "Easter Egg" boat of various SOLers and a few names of represented boats that nobody but the original race organisers could possibly know.

I'm impressed!
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--- Last Edited by 76Trombones at 2013-07-30 23:12:17 ---

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