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  1. Announcements and Suggestions Box
    Staying safe and making smart decisions on the waters is essential, especially when it comes to weather. On April 25th, join Hayden Frank from NOAA as he explains the various marine products that are issued by the National Weather Service in Taunton. He will explain the types of advisories...
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    Becky Linhart Introduces Pelagic to Sisters Under Sail - Sept 27, 2012 Becky Linhart Introduces Pelagic to Sisters Under Sail on Thursday, Sept 27, 2012. Becky Linhart enjoyed her experience so much in the Sisters Under Sail women’s program that she joined their board. Now she’ll be coming to...
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    On May 24th, Doug Sabbag will talk about what happened in the Summer of 2011 that left Doug and his wife a little more shaken up than planned. The plan was to leave Boston aboard their 50ft ketch (Triumph) and head for Europe. Unfortunately, just southeast of Nova Scotia, Doug and his wife had...
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    On March 22, 2012, Nat and Betsy Warren-White will share lots of stories and photographs of their adventure "Sailing in Slocum’s Wake: Round the World in Five Years”. Their voyage started on October 21, 2006, when Nat and Betsy Warren-White boarded their 43ft Cutter "Bahati" in South Freeport...
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    Dean of Sailing Authors, John Rousmaniere, Reports on Safety at Sea at the Pelagic Sailing Club Meeting, Thursday, Nov 17th! The author of The Annapolis Book of Seamanship, Fastnet, Force 10, and many other well-known books, John Rousmaniere will give a presentation on basic sailing safety. He...
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    On October 21, 2006, Nat and Betsy Warren-White boarded their 43ft Cutter "Bahati" in South Freeport Maine to circumnavigate the globe via the "Coconut Milk Run". On October 27, 2011, Nat and Betsy Warren-White will share lots of stories and photographs of their adventure "Sailing in Slocum’s...
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    Kevin Farrar of Farrar Sails, discusses with Pelagic Sailing Club Members and Guests the "Technology of How Sails Are Made Today" From an apprentice sailmaker working at Van Zandt Sails making top one-design sails for competitive classes including 505's, 470's, 420's, interclub Dinghy's...
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    August 25th, Savin Hill Yacht Club, Dorchester, MA - Brian Hancock will answer the question: Can a Monohull Ever Sail Faster Than a Multihull? One of the most experienced offshore sailors in the United States with over a quarter million offshore miles logged racing both fully crewed as well as...
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