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|01-30-2009 06:32 PM|
|CharlieCobra||When it's up, less can be more...|
|01-30-2009 06:02 PM|
Originally Posted by CharlieCobra View Post
Ref the jib...we partially destroyed our number one last year and used the number two while it was being repaired. For some reason she sails a lot better with the number two so we have stayed with it.
No cunningham on main. Need to address that when main goes in for some repairs this month.
|01-30-2009 05:13 PM|
|CharlieCobra||Looks like she was truckin' along there, nicely trimmed Jib there Wombat! I'd hazard to say in the neighborhood of 6-7 knots.|
|01-30-2009 04:39 PM|
|smackdaddy||Beautiful TDW! Man that's some nice sailing!|
|01-30-2009 04:35 PM|
It was, as I said, a cracker of a sail. For the proverbial 4knt SB she was really honking that day. I was really proud of her.
To give credit where credit is due, I've learnt a lot from Alex's videos and am finally starting to sail her to her full potential.
She'll never be a light wind flyer but in 15 - 20 knot breezes she is right in her element.
|01-30-2009 09:51 AM|
He can't be going that fast...he hasn't panned to the knotmeter to show the speed like our resident Portagee does.
Thanks for that... it's tough when the boats are buried under two feet of snow and the harbors are frozen nearly solid.
|01-30-2009 09:31 AM|
|JohnRPollard||Yeehaw! Giddy-up. That looked to be some fun sailing! Thanks for the fix .|
|01-30-2009 08:31 AM|
Hey umm the womboat doesn't go by an alternate name such as Wild Oats XI does it?? You sir are flying....
|01-30-2009 06:25 AM|
Well here's a little snippett
YouTube - womboat off sydney jan 09
it was a cracker of a sail.
|01-28-2009 08:52 PM|
Where's the big post with photos and such....stop slacking...get to work...
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