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Thats actually not a bad idea! Somebody needs to get on that!

BTW you are in Alberta? That doesn't look like Alberta...
Sure... rub it in... I haven't seen the poor thing, sails or not, in a year now. :(

She's having a lovely, snowles winter in Nanaimo...
 

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How do like your dinghy? We have a WB as well, love how it rows and we carry its sail kit on board as well. (Though I don't seem to use it as much as I'd like to!)
I love the WB....it suits my purposes perfectly! I love that it rows well for getting exercise and stealthy exploring of small creeks and inlets, the sail kit makes it a fun knock-about, and with the float tubes it's easy to climb in and out of when snorkeling or diving. It handles two adults well, although in a chop you're both likely to get a bit damp :)

It's not a rocket ship under power, but I've never felt that to be a major drawback.
 
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Isn't that where a boom normally goes?

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Some bubblehead thought it was a good idea to move the gooseneck up, you know so they could clear a 2nd bimini. That made a dramatic difference in how the boat sailed. Now the goose is back below the black band where it belongs.
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These are a couple recent ones actually. We were on a shake down sail a couple weeks after Hurricane Sally hit us. You'll notice the rashed up top side and missing stuff on the top of the mast. A boat next to us rigging came loose and wrapped around our mast, tore the chicken, anchor light, VHF and some of the wiring out of the mast.
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