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new windvane selfsteering on the market

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What a shame

You need to fast around this place. What a shame, I have an interest in windvane design and would have been interested in seeing this even if it was junk. You never know when you will see a good idea that you can use.
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I agree... I'd be interested in seeing a new windvane design, and see how it works and differs from existing ones.

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Sorry guys...but them's the rules. He can click through to your PM box if he wants to provide a link...since his own personal info is non-existant.
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Will do cam... no worries.

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I understand the situation. No problem Cam, but it would be nice if you had a section for press releases or announcements.
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While a section for press releases and announcements would be nice, I think it would undercut the advertising revenue system on Sailnet.

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While a section for press releases and announcements would be nice, I think it would undercut the advertising revenue system on Sailnet.
Maybe not. If you paid a fee for advertising and also had a place to put something that stays visible (in the announcement section) you get more for your money. And having a place (in the same announcement section)for others to use for free means more reasons for people to come and visit. More people mean more views for the paid advertising.
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The windvane in the first post is actually more then 20 years old but finally has a website in English. I think Hanco has rushed this website along in fear of the other Dutch windvane that is being introduced at the moment which is truly new, both in time and in concept.

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