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PB...forget all of the above...

Get rid of the BBQ, the electrical panel, throw away all but 2 batteries, remove the CD player, (and the CDs), remove the refrigerator, remove the water, unless its way bellow the water line then its OK to stay, remove the radar, the extra fuel, hoist your main all the way up, unfurl the genoa completely, gte the useless crew on the rail, and get there fast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SPEED

15kts if you play right will give you around 7kts boat speed......

Once you arrive, buy what you need!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Goodonya PB you old reactionary you. Sail well old chap, presuming we won't see so much of you, at least for a while, I'm going to miss our, cough, discussions and the reasoned and unimpassioned manner in which we settle our differences. SW is going to be lost without you, he'll have to going hunting liberals on his lonesome.


Memo to self - thank christ he's gone. NRA debate about to go ballistic, could get ugly. hee hee.
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PB...forget all of the above...

Get rid of the BBQ, the electrical panel, throw away all but 2 batteries, remove the CD player, (and the CDs), remove the refrigerator, remove the water, unless its way bellow the water line then its OK to stay, remove the radar, the extra fuel, hoist your main all the way up, unfurl the genoa completely, gte the useless crew on the rail, and get there fast!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
SPEED

15kts if you play right will give you around 7kts boat speed......

Once you arrive, buy what you need!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Willl you be mailing me a check, or doing it by electronic transfer?

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... the skipper is better prepared this time, plus I have crew, one of which has offshore experience ...

Ah, takin' Surf ...

Best wishes ...
Errrr, no, somebody I know has experience

tdw - I don't hunt liberals, they just seem to find me (Grin)

Few last things this morning, and off we go. Thanks again to all for the well wishes ........ Key West, here we come!
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You know what the first rule of sailing is? ...Love. You can learn all the math in the 'verse, but you take
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PB,
If you listen to Giu's advices please take an extra boom or two with you You might need it. :-)
Take carbon boom to reduce weight and pack them low below waterline on windward side.
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