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Old 09-11-2011
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Hartley is a racer so I guess we'll make him tactician. Then when it all goes wrong we'll know who to blame.
Hence my question about sharks...

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As I said, biggest ask will be getting everyone used to the ship and her layout is intended to make short handed cruising relatively simple so I hope we don't need to do too much tacking.
No biggie, TD - I'm sure it won't take that long to "learn the ropes". We'll be up to tacking duels with the Bendytoes before you know it.

Even if my First Mate can't make it - I'm looking forward to this.. Don't forget to pack the coffee. We'll need it!!
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