Re: Prop walk combined with wind
Originally Posted by jimgo
I went with a slip with a long side finger in part because I wanted to be able to pull in bow first. That should avoid most of the reasons for wanting to be in stern first (we'll loverlook the river, so a better view will be had from the stern).
Any problems departing? I usually find it easier to leave bow first. But stern first is usually a better view of the traffic in the fairway. It's all compromises, as in anything boating.
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