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mollykins | 17:27 Fri 08th Apr 2011 | Sport
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As you may know, I have a sailing dinghy and since last year I've made some new friends, some of which would like to go sailing with me. BUT a couple of them are considerably smaller than any of the people who I took last year.

This where the problem begins. I am just over 65kg and my B.A. is for 60-70kg which fits me fine. But my dad's is 70+kg.

Having said that, one of my friends is about the same weight as me, and TBH I don't think my dads fits either of us properly even though it's only a few kg over. BTW this is the friend who'll probably go sailing with me the most.

Plus I have one or two friends who are just under 50kg but most fit into the 50-60kg range (I would think)

Would getting a 50-60kg be the best option? (would this still be ok for my ~47kg friend?)

I want my friends to be safe and I only ever take people out who can swim but I only want to have to buy one more.

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Or there's one that's 40-70 kg (86-107cm chest) that sounds ideal . . .
what, helen, you were in the drink together, or drunk together? (or both)
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I've seen a couple and i've put them on mums 'watching list' on ebay, but we'll have a look at the couple of shops that might have something, tomorrow.
"I was as drunk as a fish, officer" when pulled over by the fezz at 3am, with a man you hardly knew.....

Hope that you know him that wee bit better now!!!
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a lot of us have those, "aaaaah "- reminesce - life was good - now where's the bottle of wine?
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Doyle, I know, but people seem to think most my posts are random drivel and can spam on them, this is a serious question . . .
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And we're going to bid for one off of ebay that are for 40-70kg . . .

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