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post #4 of Old 11-05-2009
deniseO30
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I single hand my O 30.. the best and most important thing we did to my boat was route the main halyard to the cockpit. then the new traveler lines are also back to the helm. I generally don't have to leave the cockpit. in higher winds the genoa gets rolled in jiust enough that one doesn't have be muscle bound to manage it.

"Next best thing to not having a boat? The knowledge from having one!" Denise, Bristol PA, On Tidal Delaware River, Anchor Yacht Club.
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