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Yes Fred gets much more sailing time than Carrie. We have an old IOR boat that is very tender, and she doesn’t like it much when the wind gets above 15 knots (same as her mother) also the warm sailing season is much shorter than yours I think.
I tried to take her racing this fall, but the boat is just too small to have a 6 year old in the cockpit when racing. We also tend to push the boat to hard for her when racing and I didn’t want to scare her off sailing.
I hope she likes Opti sailing in the spring as I loved small boat sailing as a kid. It will also help her make friends her own age that like sailing.
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Next week I will be home we can get Fred and her to talk to each other, ok?

we stay behind the kids to make sure they are protected against the you know what
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yes good i dont let her on by her self
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I have moved the related threads to the Children's Forum THread as they directly relate to this. I hope that was ok with everyone, but it seemed to make sense to me.

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There is a problem with the forum being on only at night, time zones. Fred is 5 hours ahead of the east coast, 8 on the west coast and down under it's a different world.
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