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under sail alone. Any idea how much time I should budget for this on a 35 foot boat with out a spinnaker?

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48 hours should be enough. Expect light air (the boat does a few 360''s) at night. We did MdR to San Diego in 30 hours on a 29'' boat. Remember, anybody can sail fast in lots of wind, but it takes a real sailor to keep the boat moving when the wind isn''t...

Also, this (usually) downhill slide is going to be made more difficult for the next few days by the winds out of the east. See:

http://www.nawcwpns.navy.mil/~weather/mugu/mesodata/analysis.html


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48 hours should be enough. Expect light air (the boat does a few 360''s) at night. We did MdR to San Diego in 30 hours on a 29'' boat. Remember, anybody can sail fast in lots of wind, but it takes a real sailor to keep the boat moving when the wind isn''t...

Also, this (usually) downhill slide is going to be made more difficult for the next few days by the winds out of the east. See:

http://www.nawcwpns.navy.mil/~weather/mugu/mesodata/analysis.html


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