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post #10 of Old 07-09-2013
deniseO30
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Re: First True Single-hand

You're welcome I like to practice rounding a buoy when single hand. it can be a quick study on how to (or not) use current and wind The main and jib can "take you right around" if you get it right LOL or you can wind up "kissing" the buoy. If I want to get some sailing in, I often motor sail down river or depending on wind coming down or up and at least wing and wing it coming back. This time of the year is light air just like on the Chesapeake so it's not much fun.

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