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post #7 of Old 04-20-2011
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Originally Posted by Waltthesalt View Post
Agree with everything heretofore said. Also easing of on the main in heavier winde, let it backwind a bit will also ease the weather helm.
Well-put. I had to do this a few times this past weekend on the way to Catalina. Weather helm and too much listing can make for an exhausting sail.

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