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Caption Contest(!) 2021

Happy New Year, sailors! Welcome to our first Caption Contest(!) for 2021. We’ve been saving some interesting photos to capture your eyes and your imaginations, and we want to see what you make of this photo . . .

Caption Contest(!)
“Your caption here.”
© 2021 Sailing & Motor Yachts

Remember to check out January’s Latitude 38 magazine for December’s Caption Contest(!) winner and top 10.


  1. Dan Brenny 3 years ago

    My GPS told me the harbor was this way. Perhaps I now have a problem!!!!

  2. Rich Brazil 3 years ago

    “But, Darling, you said Catamarans don’t lean!”

  3. Mark Werder 3 years ago

    Donate your yacht and save a Venetian family home today.

  4. Phil Kinnison 3 years ago

    Relax, I got this.

  5. Dale Land 3 years ago

    Beware, Slippery Slope approaching!

  6. William Huber 3 years ago

    The Streets of Rome, are filled with Double! (tip o’ the hat to Bob Dylan, the Band, and the driver of the truck!)

  7. Mike Holmes 3 years ago

    I should have used Dockwise.

  8. Roger Parker 3 years ago

    Should have used the lead line

  9. THOMAS BURKE 3 years ago

    I don’t think we are in Venice!!

  10. Mark Milton 3 years ago

    The drive thru at Long John Silver’s was a bit tight.

  11. Don Cavers 3 years ago

    Ernesto was having trouble finding moorage for his new catamaran

  12. Chucker Twining 3 years ago


  13. Kent Carter 3 years ago

    Damnit, John! You gave them our house address for delivery instead of the Marina’s!

  14. Lu Abel 3 years ago

    Okay, who had the right of way?!!!

  15. Tim McCormick 3 years ago

    Crew weight to leeward!!

  16. Sean Casey 3 years ago

    We’re gonna need a bigger street.

  17. Peter Schoen 3 years ago

    Measured twice. Don’t worry, it’ll fit!

  18. Dave Peterson 3 years ago

    Charter Europe, Captain your ship along the rivers, canals, and twisting byways in the comfort of your own yacht; Towing endorsement required.

  19. joe moore 3 years ago

    uh oh!

  20. Michael Childs 3 years ago

    How did he get it out of his basement?

  21. Mark Caplin 3 years ago


  22. Bill O'Connor 3 years ago

    “Driver slow down damnit…we’re taking this curve on two wheels!”

    (PS…But my vote goes to Kent Carter and the home address line…very good.)

  23. Damon Cruz 3 years ago

    This looked way more cool in ‘Romancing The Stone’ .

  24. Scott Henry 3 years ago

    I thought “living on the slant” was only practiced on monohulls???

  25. Scott Henry 3 years ago

    Looks like they’ve really upped the realism on the sailing simulators!

  26. Michael Grant 3 years ago

    Gives a new meaning to beam reach.

  27. Ron Harben 3 years ago

    Oy! I said rent a CARAVAN for the trip to Brighton Beach!

  28. Kelvin D. Meeks 3 years ago

    In 2021, Vinny create an entirely new trend in real estate for penthouse apartments.

  29. Gina Stenberg 3 years ago

    Beam me up Scotty!

  30. Kat goddard 3 years ago

    Gotcha’ now! I’ll never let you go.

    *FYI: M’alyse oci is loosely translated to – Let Me Go

  31. Chris Mendonca 3 years ago

    Catamaran simulator for Learn to sail program

  32. Cecile Schwedes 3 years ago


  33. David Hume 3 years ago

    Panamax was 106 ft, RomaMax is 30 ft and how high you can tilt it

  34. Michael Crews 3 years ago

    Getting it down the street was easy compared to getting it out of the garage.

  35. Jeff Collier 3 years ago

    Says here we have to tack at the next light… George !

  36. Brad Kerstetter 3 years ago

    Before deciding to build a boat in your back yard be sure to check development plans in your neighborhood!

  37. Rosann Allenbaugh 3 years ago

    We got this! Convoi exceptionnel translates to abnormal load. Our specialty!

  38. Jeremy Roth 3 years ago

    The befuddled detective’s only eyewitness remarked, “which catamaran?”

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