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Your ONE piece of wisdom...

Don't practice docking in front of a crowd
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Red on RIGHT returning
Unless in Europe, New Zealand, Australia, then I think it is oposite.
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Unless in Europe, New Zealand, Australia, then I think it is oposite.
Don't tell me the Anzacs subscribe to that wrong side of the road nonsense TOO! I thought it was only the Brits.

I there is ONE rule about navigation that should be standardized worldwide, that's it.
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Don't tell me the Anzacs subscribe to that wrong side of the road nonsense TOO! I thought it was only the Brits.

I there is ONE rule about navigation that should be standardized worldwide, that's it.
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Know how to Hove To..
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Re: Your ONE piece of wisdom...

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Point the tiller at the thing that's scaring you.
This applies to the accidental jybe as well. Years ago I was out on a full moon night sailing my friends's Bennetau First 325 when we started to sail by the lee. I had to calculate, the wind is behind me, the tiller turn the opposite to what I'm used to, if the bow goes that way the stern goes the other, but wait it's backwards and backwards if its....BANG!! Jybed. Oops... In my defense I blame the tall cup of something REALLY strong that I had been recently handed for my slowness in figuring out the problem.

Wish I had know the quote above beforehand!

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"The sea hath no king but God alone." ~Dante Gabriel Rossetti
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If You're going to be Stupid, you better be Tough!
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How about;

How do you make a small fortune in Sailboat racing? LOL!








of course you start with a large fortune.
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This was etched in my brain from my youngest sailing days..


"Don't put yourself on a lee shore unless you're prepared and capable of sailing off it."...
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