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How to Undock Your Sailboat with Natural Forces - Sail World
by NewsReader 07-21-2011


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How to Undock Your Sailboat with Natural Forces
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Turn the sailboat wheel toward the pier (or hold the tiller away from the pier). 3. Cast off all lines except the spring. Shift into idle ahead and use minimum throttle. 4. Wait for the stern to clear the boat behind you. Then, shift into neutral, ...




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