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Old 12-11-2012
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Re: Researching spinnakers

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Originally Posted by zz4gta View Post
Of course not, no one to hold the camera.
It was a trick question.

Still, wouldn't you love to see someone raise/douse/gybe it alone, while another films, especially without an autopilot? It would be like a cliff hanger. Then, lets see a huge puff shifting to a broad reach and it will become like a horror film. Then, as they finally recover, douse it all back into its bag and are left weeping in the cockpit, it would be a chick flick. We have a real winner to appeal to all audiences.
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