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May the wind fill your sails and the sea your soul. Have a safe voyage!
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... the skipper is better prepared this time, plus I have crew, one of which has offshore experience ...

Ah, takin' Surf ...

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I wish you a safe, but adventurous voyage; I have put “Music on the Wind” in my favorites. Have a safe and grand trip.
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... the skipper is better prepared this time, plus I have crew, one of which has offshore experience ...

Ah, takin' Surf ...

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Should be an interesting little trip and a chance to find out what Aria is made of, and how well I put things together.
My Viking 33 and your Ontario 32 were made at the same factory with the same approach to FG layup and tabbing, so I think you'll be fine. The Ontario 32 has crossed a lot of ocean, and meets my definition of "well-found" pretty closely, but is still capable of decent speed.

How one ended up in Texas is a mystery, but it's a good design for that part of the world. Just install 1/4" aluminum backing plates on all the through-deck gear...those dopey fender washers just get dished!
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John...all good wishes for the trip...looks like you better take a lot of extra fuel as the wind will be out of the E/ ESE through Sunday. At least conditions look to be benign. Happy tacking!!
THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT
SE TO S WINDS 15 TO 20 KT BECOMING
W TO NW 15 TO 20 KT BEHIND THE FRONT AND NW TO N 10 TO 15 KT E
OF 94W AND VARIABLE 10 KT OR LESS W OF 94W TONIGHT. SEAS 4 TO 6
FT SUBSIDING TO 2 TO 4 FT TONIGHT.

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NE TO E WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 3 TO 5 FT.

THU NIGHT
E WINDS 10 KT. SEAS 2 TO 3 FT.

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E TO SE WINDS 10 TO 15 KT. SEAS 2 TO 4 FT.

SAT AND SUN
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John...all good wishes for the trip...looks like you better take a lot of extra fuel as the wind will be out of the E/ ESE through Sunday. At least conditions look to be benign. Happy tacking!!
Right around the dial...promises slop, but nothing too brutal. He can use a lot of that wind with a No. 2 and the occasional single reef in the main. Nice. I forgot where he's going, but I suppose he could go a bit west than south and then tack back to close-hauled in from the SW.
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