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FDGorilla
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Spinnaker Trimming

Post by FDGorilla » Mon Jan 19, 2009 1:42 pm

Guys,

I'm not sure if this will be of interest but attached is an article that I was asked to write for the FD Newsletter.

It does presume a certain amount of knowledge but it hopefully isn't too far out there. It also makes specific references to people etc and I'm afraid I can be bothered to edit it but hopefully you may still find it useful.

I've also been asked to write one in a similar vein concerning the working sails and, unless you've died from boredom from this one, I'll try and post that one as well once it's written.

James
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roger
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Re: Spinnaker Trimming

Post by roger » Mon Jan 19, 2009 6:04 pm

Thanks James Im always keen to know more.

Incidentally if you look on fotoboat there is a sequence where we got the whole lot wrong at starcross steamer yesterday.
What I want to know is how he knew we were going to get hit by a huge gust just there :shock:
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