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Originally Posted by mm2187 View Post
If there is not much current and the wind is steady I usually look for the mark being just shy of 90 beam of the boat. I then adjust slightly if there is current if the current is pushing me away from the mark I wait a little longer to tack and if I am going to get pushed into the mark I will go earlier.
That's what I do too and it seldom works out because the current and wind conspire so to mess it up.
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