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Love the video, would love to see more
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Re: San Diego Shakedown Day 1 - Leaving Marina

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Tom...looks great/////Plants on the combing...hahah

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You should see the plant life we left at the dock...
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Re: San Diego Shakedown Day 1 - Leaving Marina

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prep vid;
"We are not going to use the diesel.. not for anything!"
Mr.Murphy is quite the prognosticator, isn't he?
Marvelous vids, Capt. Tom. Quite enlightening and encouraging for an aspiring sailor.
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Thanks for the comment. As it turned out, the diesel sprung a leak at one of the injectors. A bit disturbing, as she only has about 250 hours on her and our mechanic went through the top side a few months back.

We had to sail, albeit slowly, all the way back. I have posted several other videos on my Youtube account, but should post them over here, too.
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Re: San Diego Shakedown Day 1 - Leaving Marina

Fun to watch, thanks for contributing. Looking forward to the rest of the videos
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