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06-23-2011 03:52 PM
turbulicity
Micron 3 sailing dinghy

Learning to sail on a 50 footer is proving difficult. Especially for the admiral who gets a little intimidated. I had a chance to sail a laser boat the other day and it was a lot of fun of course. I think it would be excellent to get my wife started on sailing.

I just saw a micron 3 listed for sale for a few hundred bucks. I can't find any info on these. Will those carry 2 adults as I show her the basics? Would you recommend another kind of sailing dinghy? The thing is, I can't afford much more for now. Waiting to save up more would mean missing the summer fun.

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