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post #6 of Old 08-09-2012
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Re: Sleeping underway risk

Originally Posted by Tempest View Post
I think the ability to stay in the bunk, if you fall off a wave it more of a concern than hitting a container.. so, good strong lee cloths or a tight quarter berth are important.

Bruises, broken bones.. all possible if you can't secure yourself in your bunk well enough when the boat gets airborne off of a big wave. Which way you're facing becomes kind-of irrelevant in rough weather - it's more important that you stay in there at all.

A bad day on a boat beats a good day in the office
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