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Old 06-19-2008
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Mine was broken when I bought my boat and I removed the anemometer from the masthead. I would like to have it for racing (to better gauge which sail is appropriate) but I've sailed from 0 knots to 35+ over the last year without it. I haven't even broken anything as a result. I'll get it going (or more likely upgrade to a better system) when the boat bucks allow it.

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