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On the uproll...FIRE AS SHE BEARS!

Ok...maybe not...but that ship under our lee certainly looked suspicious...

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Curious what your set up is. It looks like you have lifelines inside your lifelines.
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Ah...you're probably seeing the lazy jib sheet. My crew doesn't like them lax on the deck.

I tell her to keep it loose in case we need to dump air, and she promptly ignores me.

I'd get new crew, but she's my wife.
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Curious what your set up is. It looks like you have lifelines inside your lifelines.
That's the lazy sheet caught up on those plastic tubes on the stays.
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Ahhh. The plastic tubes are what fooled me.
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