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they say a picture is worth a thousand words

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Your sailing "must have".

Good call anthemJ24, a camera is the one thing I always forget and every time I do, I wish I had one aboard.
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That falls under "Dreams" and "Wants" and "Wishes", not "Must Haves". One CAN enjoy solo sailing even though crew like that does make sailing better.
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Re: Your sailing "must have".

Yes, flotation devices are a must-have.
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Good call anthemJ24, a camera is the one thing I always forget and every time I do, I wish I had one aboard.
Camera Yeah...That's the first thing that came to my mind too...
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That falls under "Dreams" and "Wants" and "Wishes", not "Must Haves". One CAN enjoy solo sailing even though crew like that does make sailing better.



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Yes as above..."damn good knife" at the ready.
toss in a good hand-bearing compass -- recommend IRIS 50
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That falls under "Dreams" and "Wants" and "Wishes", not "Must Haves". One CAN enjoy solo sailing even though crew like that does make sailing better.
What are you talking about? Those are good floating devices. :P
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no one noticed the scar pins?
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No, but your main sail is a little slack.
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