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Today's Sail

Took a quick video of today's sail.
Choppy seas and gusty winds. Cruising along reefed down at about 6.5 knots.
Don't pay any attention to the leach flap.
I was short handed and did not want to go out there.


http://youtube.com/watch?v=wfozW_sB45c
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Great video TJ

really nice...

Thank you for posting it...

If someone says anything, let them post a video of them sailing...
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Very nice... Thanks for sharing it..
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Nice vid! Flap Leach Flap!! Long live iceberg cruises!
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Looks like you were having a ton of fun Thanks for posting the video!
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i felt like I was sailing from my office desk!!
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Nice video!! What was the wind blowing?? Looked like you had a nice little breeze.

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Nice video!! What was the wind blowing?? Looked like you had a nice little breeze.

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Just guessing (Because my wind display is out) about 25knots.
3 - 5 Foot Great Lakes chop. (Although the video does not show it)
Very Steep and Very close.
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No, don't say that, say it was 8-10 knots and you were doing 14 knots. It'll drive Giu crazy!
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