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I was asked for this in another thread. Flame away.       First this is about cruising, racing is a whole nuther story. And since the majority of long distance cruisers are either couples or short

experiment... shows for me ,Photobucket is working again ( for how long I don't know). I always liked this photo taken when we were hove to off the Kermadecs on my mates 46 ft Davidson. Usually windy

Good read BP Can’t fault any of it We hove to in the 2012 RNZ for a watch (3hrs) when the weather bomb was approaching, we had been doing 3 hour watches for 3 days two up and got a good sleep, then

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It appears that the ICNZ tracking site is currently down, but when I last looked there was a ( multihull? ) showing 18.1 knots in a 27 knot breeze, He will be home in no time at all!!

Looking ahead, the wind tracks quickly to the east leaving the rest of the ex New Caledonia fleet in much lighter airs.

That was Changes of Latitude, Ron Given 15m, she arrived Monday night

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