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06-27-2008 12:41 PM
PTsailing Welcom Ugly,
Here's a couple more for you, have a float or floating line if you tow a dinghy, or a face mask and a kayak drysuit available if you don't. Have fenders out before you hit the dock and practice reefing before sailing into heavy gusting winds!
Have fun! We are!
Juli and Bill
06-27-2008 05:29 AM
Ilenart Good to see another Aussie. There are few of us amongst all these Yanks.

06-26-2008 02:19 PM
Originally Posted by Uglydave View Post
Dont reverse into the sea wall.
I think I've heard of this, thanks for bringing it up

Welcome aboard!
06-26-2008 12:13 PM
teshannon Welcome to Sailnet Ugly, glad to have you with us and best of luck with the boat.
06-26-2008 12:05 PM
G'Day from WA

Hi from UglyDave. my friends just call me ugly
Recently purchased a Swarbrick S80.
So far I have taken the boat out three times Each time I learn something new (many things). Dont reverse into the sea wall. Open the fuel tank vent valve. Have mooring lines ready before trying to moor.
I'm sure I will have many stories for your amusement soon.

Ugly Dave

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