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|07-12-2009 02:24 PM|
Originally Posted by gumbeau View Post
Ah geez, I thought I'd covered my tracks!!
|07-12-2009 01:17 PM|
I know you from somewhere
|07-11-2009 01:59 PM|
|Boasun||You can call on neighbors with dinghies and use the dinks as tugs to assist your movement into clear water. Ships do this all the time. Just consider you 36 footer as a small ship.|
|07-11-2009 12:29 PM|
|07-11-2009 04:39 AM|
[QUOTE=sailak;504442 As a single-engine Cessna pilot I stepped up and was quickly checked out to fly a 4-engine WWII bomber (B-24 for those that know). Respectfully[/QUOTE]
Sorry to hijack your thread.
Your comment about the Liberator caught my attention as my mate is working with the volunteer group here in Werribee, Melbourne, restoring a "Lib" for ground running display.
|07-11-2009 03:02 AM|
Originally Posted by L124C View Post
My remark about the 41' was somewhat in jest. Frankly, I don't have the time to start with a Sunfish or Laser and work my way up. While learning on a larger boat my be somewhat more difficult it's far from impossible. As a single-engine Cessna pilot I stepped up and was quickly checked out to fly a 4-engine WWII bomber (B-24 for those that know). I'm not afraid of a challenge.
|07-11-2009 02:21 AM|
|07-10-2009 03:04 PM|
|Boasun||For a heavy vessel you may want to drop and anchor straight out from your slip and heave around on the anchor rode to haul out from the slip. Just be sure that your winch or your back is up to hauling that vessel clear from the slip. Also helps if your guests do the grunt work here.|
|07-10-2009 01:25 AM|
I'm not so much unsure...it's more that I'm very aware of my lack of experience. As it turns out I'm now in a slip facing the opposite direction.
How dare the wind switch!!! I'm just starting to get this one figured out.
The reason my starter boat is 36' is because I couldn't afford 41'.
|07-09-2009 11:22 PM|
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