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Tried to go the the link, it says that it cannot be found.
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Well put CD. I understand and agree completely.
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Nice job on that post CD. Although I have been sailing for 30+ years, I am a new member to sailnet. I am always learning here. None of us are as smart as all of us!

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I have been a membr of sailnet since sometime early 2003. I learned how to sail racing everything from Nacra 5.0 to 2003 Bene 40 1st. Crewing on a race boat tought me how to sail.

I bought a sailboat that needed a lot of work (or a hole drilled in it) and i pretty much learned how to refit her from the articles and info from this site.

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