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10-18-2012 03:52 PM
Re: Xmas Presents for Crew, Any ideas?

GREETINGS EARTHLINGS :- A photograph with them in, in a nice frame. It can be an expensive or a reasonable gift with memories and meaning AS ALWAYS GO SAFE
10-18-2012 02:47 PM
Re: Xmas Presents for Crew, Any ideas?

Thanks for your help. I've gone ahead with the embroidered fleece toboggan hats. Who knows, if I'm feeling flush the crew may end up with the the Bill Gladstone Sail Trim and Rig Tuning Guide, too.

Each of our PFD's are outfitted with a ACR hemilight2 (Water-activated LED flashing survival light) and I have enough flashlights aboard so i think we've got the bases covered regarding lights. The Led Spot Light by Life Gear does look like a good value, however. I'll check it out at Walmart.
10-18-2012 03:52 AM
Re: Xmas Presents for Crew, Any ideas?

I think boat swag like embroidered shirts or hats. That way you give your crew a nice gift, AND your boat looks cool because your crew now has matching "uniforms"!
10-17-2012 11:59 PM
Re: Xmas Presents for Crew, Any ideas?

Rigging knives are always useful, and don't have to be overly expensive.
10-17-2012 11:54 PM
Lake Superior Sailor
Re: Xmas Presents for Crew, Any ideas?

Led Spot Light by Life Gear, Lasts 300 hours ,auto on if dropped in water & runs on 4 AA Batteries - waterproof.......Dale
10-17-2012 10:53 PM
Xmas Presents for Crew, Any ideas?

I want to get my racing crew a small Christmas present such as the Gill Harness Rescue Tool, a fleece cap with the boat logo embroidered, or the Sail Trim and Rig Tuning: A Captain's Quick Guide by Bill Gladstone. Our racing program is small time but I'd like to know that I remember them and appreciate their commitment. Any other thoughts would be appreciated.

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