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05-23-2015 06:44 PM
Re: Safer Sleeping (and your Cruising Wardrobe)

Yes. A bit confusing...
06-16-2010 04:11 PM
Diceman Nice article on what you need in clothing for a sailboat.
Thanks Diceman
03-07-2010 01:46 PM
RestlessWind But.....where might the article on Safer Sleeping be found??
01-30-2010 10:45 PM
A solution for over loaded cloth....

For every one like to manage his or her cloth, try this site:
01-14-2010 02:32 PM
Superpickle My wife has a 10x6 ft walk in. We, have another 12ft double door closet of which I have less than half.. Still, she has Stored Winter or Summer clothes and over 500 pairs of shoes.. :-0
01-08-2010 08:21 PM
jacksparo great idea

thank's for sharing it ^^
01-03-2010 12:13 AM
thread confusion

If it helps, here is the correctly attributed article (no thread there though). Anyone know where the article that goes with the thread is?
11-18-2009 04:01 PM
tdw We've had a few emails noting that the article does not match the header.

Why this is so is a mystery to me and given the timelapse I'm not sure I can come up with a solution other than deleting the thread, which I do not want to do. It's a good thread, it's a good article. Only the header is incorrect.

If it can be sorted, it will be.

Ah..hang's a thought.......
11-13-2009 05:16 PM
We often sleep head-next-to-feet in really hot weather in our queen birth

It's cooler, with more room for air to move, than shoulder-to-shoulder.

Yes, wash your feet first!

We also carry a large slow-turning room fan as a ceiling fan substitute. It uses very little electricity on low. We use it more than the AC. I've considered modifying it into a ceiling fan more than once, but there simply isn't the clearance.
10-20-2009 12:57 PM
zeehag myt formosa has a sofa set up in the cockpit--wide transom with a big set of cushions--is exposed----but is able to be used as a sleep place during watches....use a decent throw and is alll goood---even without a bimini...
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