Start Dating boats by hull number

Dating boats by hull number

Sites like Farmers Only and the Atlasphere (the Ayn Rand dating site) require for the user to have a subscription in order to use certain functions on the site (such as messaging).

So after you make your account, you have the dashboard.

It shows you the “hot list” – a scrolling feed of profiles that have added themselves to said “hot list.” I would assume that such a list would be of the most active or viewed profiles, but apparently, your hotness is completely voluntary here. I added myself to the hot list, and unfortunately, did not get any messages.

I wondered about this as well, when I saw the Mississippi boats on the Gulf.

Our postmaster spun this tale: boat registration predates when the Post Office went to the "new" standardized abbreviations.

I have two guesses: (1) that MS is harder to distinguish from other letter combinations from a distance (wild guess) or (2) they used up all the numbers that started with MS or (3) MS is used by another state? (I know my boat in Florida had a FL - xxxx - xx number and my boats in Lousisiana had a LA - xxxx - xx number, so I ain't crazy, well maybe a little! I am thinking the forefathers of Boat Registration pulled letters and numbers out of a hat after sipping way too much Bourbon.

Same people in charge of the Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper regulations nowadays used to be in charge of state lettering abbreviations back then..makes sense that anything they do makes no sense at all...

A retired ship captain, Charpentier holds a doctorate in applied ocean science and engineering.

He is also a certified marine technician and the author of a popular text on writing local history.

HUMANS HAVE BEEN building boats out of wood for many thousands of years. Wood certainly does not lend itself to mass production the way fiberglass does, though there were a few builders who manufactured wood boats on something like a production basis not long before the advent of glass. It is light, even compared to modern building materials, and in terms of tensile strength is stronger per pound than common electrical-grade fiberglass.

In terms of stiffness, it is stronger per pound than S glass, E-glass, and Kevlar.

I’m unfortunately landlocked, so I had to make a fake location.