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Caption Contest(!)

Here’s your August Caption Contest(!). This video and subsequent still photos went viral a few months ago, inspiring our non-sailing, non-boating friends to send us the footage.

Your caption here.
© 2020 Spawn Fly Fish

Don’t forget to check the September issue for the winner and top 10 entries. Good luck! Thanks to Spawn Fly Fish for this awesome clip.

41 Comments

  1. Ants Uiga 2 years ago

    Who realized a fiberglass sailboat was such an aphrodisiac!!

  2. Brian Beers 2 years ago

    Honey, we really need to shift some weight aft.

  3. Pat Broderick 2 years ago

    Doublehanding; where are the Farallones?

  4. David Henry 2 years ago

    Fred, you’re trying to steer from the wrong end!

  5. Tim McCormick 2 years ago

    I think we’re gonna need a bigger boat.

  6. Jim Conger 2 years ago

    Who you calln’ Rail Meat?

  7. Bryan Chavez 2 years ago

    That’s the last time we row ashore to eat at the yacht club buffet!

  8. Luc de Faymoreau 2 years ago

    No, it’s NOT more comfortable than the back seat of a Chevy!

  9. Rosann Allenbaugh 2 years ago

    “I think we need a bigger boat!”

  10. Brian Forster 2 years ago

    A new version of sneak-aboards…

  11. Kim Paternoster 2 years ago

    I think we’re gonna need a bigger boat.

  12. Peter Bennett 2 years ago

    Now that the anchor is set, we can go back and have a fish taco.

  13. Rosann Allenbaugh 2 years ago

    “Honey, when you said we needed to downsize I didn’t take you seriously”

  14. Michael Childs 2 years ago

    Didn’t you call ahead about the accommodations?

  15. Pattie O'Connor 2 years ago

    The Love Boat!….exciting and new…come aboard we’re expecting you!

  16. Ernie Lopez 2 years ago

    any sardines in left the galley?

  17. jerrynshari 2 years ago

    Get a Room

  18. Rich Brazil 2 years ago

    Wanna head below and fool around?

  19. Kent Carter 2 years ago

    I told you not to anchor here on hump day!

  20. Roy Wilson 2 years ago

    I don’t get why those humans like these things. This is the most uncomfortable float we’ve found!

  21. Lisa Miller 2 years ago

    JAAAAAAWS!!!!!!!!!

  22. Pat Ransil 2 years ago

    Mom, Can me and Billy have a bigger boat?

  23. Kelvin D. Meeks 2 years ago

    “Tell me honestly, Timmy. Does this boat make me look fat?”

    • Marianne Armand 2 years ago

      Doh! You beat me to it!

  24. Keeping Wildflowers 2 years ago

    Atkins, Honey, Atkins!

  25. William Huber 2 years ago

    Sea Lions looking for the cockpit.

  26. Bill Andrew 2 years ago

    What’s the problem? We’re from the same household!

  27. Hal Reynolds 2 years ago

    It looked so much bigger on Airbnb!

  28. Marianne Armand 2 years ago

    Does this boat make me look fat?

  29. JEB Pickett 2 years ago

    I told you we’re never going to be members of the Foredeck Union

  30. Gil Davidson 2 years ago

    We NEED a new bowman.

  31. Jeff Phillips 2 years ago

    I said I needed weight on the rail, not the bow!

  32. Peter Detwiler 2 years ago

    No, you only need ONE extra seal in your spares inventory.

  33. Bill Willcox 2 years ago

    Our love is like a ship on the ocean
    With a cargo full love and devotion
    So I’d like to know where you got the notion…

    Don’t rock the boat…

  34. Eric meiier 2 years ago

    Sea lions version of stuffing a Phone booth!

  35. Steve Allen 2 years ago

    HONEY ! I told you I wanted a bigger “DECK “ !!

  36. Martin Thomas 2 years ago

    They said it sleeps six.

  37. Jeff Collier 2 years ago

    Just a couple more minutes guys… I almost have the prop changed.

  38. Jim Cope 2 years ago

    Holy Cow …
    yes I’m a sailor … know the tides …
    But … mean low water ??? 😲 😉

  39. Alex Pullos 2 years ago

    A see-saw for sea lions?

  40. Greg Arnold 2 years ago

    For maximum boat speed in light air, move the crew weight forward.

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