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Re: Your ONE piece of wisdom...

Build your offshore cruiser out of steel, and worry far less about hitting things at night ( Like Fukashima debris)
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Re: Your ONE piece of wisdom...

1) better to be at the bar wishing you were sailing, then sailing wishing you were at the bar.

2) life is measured by the number of miles sailed

3) step up into the liferaft
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Re: Your ONE piece of wisdom...

Alway's be just a little paranoid that your not heading on the right course, tripple check your fixes.
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Carry a knife at all times.
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Re: Your ONE piece of wisdom...

90% of what you read on internet message boards is BS, the other 10% is total BS


.... oh and have fun
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Re: Your ONE piece of wisdom...

Before yelling at your significant other for sitting in front of the depth gauge when you think the depth is fast approaching your draft... make sure it IS the depth gauge you have been watching, and NOT the boat speed indicator!
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Re: Your ONE piece of wisdom...

"A Tampon (or matchbox car) in the Elecetric Head always makes the Captain's face grow red!"

Don't ask me how I know.

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Re: Your ONE piece of wisdom...

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"A Tampon (or matchbox car) in the Elecetric Head always makes the Captain's face grow red!"

Don't ask me how I know.

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Which reminds me of the age old law of the sea.

If you clogged it, you fix it. Don't care if you're only 7.
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Re: Your ONE piece of wisdom...

Never trust any ONE thing!
Weather report
GPS
Chart
Buoy's
Local Knowledge
Lights
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Depth finder
Pilot book
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Confirm everything.
One is useful, two is close but three is trustworthy
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Re: Your ONE piece of wisdom...

You never have to be bored on a boat. There is always something that needs tinkering.
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