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gaha_1 12-28-2002 02:02 PM

baggywinkles
 
I''m looking to buy or make.baggywinkles

pirateofcapeann 12-28-2002 03:36 PM

baggywinkles
 
Lotís of windage. Okay on a traditional boat though. Check out Hervey Garrett Smithís The Marlinspike Sailor.

jklewissf 12-30-2002 03:43 PM

baggywinkles
 
Eric Hiscock''s "Cruising Under Sail" Gives instructions for making baggy wrinkle and also has some photos of the process. It looks pretty simple but I have never tried it.

flicker 08-08-2003 01:12 PM

baggywinkles
 
What are baggywinkles?

Chas

flicker 08-08-2003 01:12 PM

baggywinkles
 
What are baggywinkles?

Chas

joub 08-08-2003 06:44 PM

baggywinkles
 
Baggywinkles look like a big bottle brush. They are made of manila line and attached to shrouds to keep the sail from chaffing on the shroud.

Now you know!

Jim


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