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Leeward Boat @ Proper Course
by NewsReader 04-09-2006

This tip from Dave Dellenbaugh's Top Ten Tactical Tips like the previous one is also about starting. Tip number 3 is that the boat immediately to leeward of you is the most important one in determining how good your start will be; if that leeward boat is too fast, too close or too far ahead of you then it will give you trouble. The first piece of advice was that you should not line up at the Direct Link

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