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Am total beginner at this and looking for tips for complete tyro. Hope to scrape together enough for a ketch to sail across to NZ when I retire and need pointers to pitfalls. Fairly limited funds, so nothing too flash. Single-handing - is it adventure or suicide?
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Welcome aboard.
The answer to your question is the same answer to every boating question-
It depends.
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Welcome! It's more about the sailor than it is the Boat!. Thats why we're on here learning ,and the boats resting in the yard!...Dale
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