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3 new videos,with spinnaker, Gybing outside, Gybing inside, spi sock singlehanded

Guys..for those interested..

I made 3 new videos, I posted them on Anything-sailing, but will post them here, too. Enjoy

The first one is how to use a Spinnaker sock when sailing single handed.



The second one is how to gybe an asymmetrical on the "outside"



The third one is how to gybe an asymmetrical on the "outside"







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Nice Alex, still looking forward to that DVD release

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Copies of these are also in the sticky that's posted in the 'how to' forum.

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Don't you mean the third one is gybing an asym on the INSIDE???

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Fine videos

Hi Giulietta,
Good instructive videos (as allways)

I noticed that you have a special kind arrangement for your assym spinnaker sheets.

Can you tell me howe this is done and why you do it like this?

Allways looking for good ideas.


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I noticed that you have a special kind arrangement for your assym spinnaker sheets.

Can you tell me how this is done and why you do it like this?
It's an Dyneema extention that connects both guys to the sail, it reduces weight hanging on the sail, makes installation easy, as you only have on end to tie, allwow you to change sails without changing sheets, and snags less around stays etc.

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