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Re: Dismasted/1964 Challenger

I donít know about The far nicer Comment.

Those of us with biminis to keep the sun off us on 95 degree plus days may differ.
Or sailing for 11 hours in drenching rain.
These protections donít necessarily compromise sight if well designed.


I like the flexibility of protection and openness. A jury rigged method of protection....doesnít make long term sense . You canít control the elements obviously, but in order to have a nicer time sailing making adjustment to them makes sense.


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