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Thread: Storm Experiences

  1. #81
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    Oct 2008
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    Default Re: Storm Experiences

    Quote Originally Posted by 2MT View Post
    Our sail cost 11 cents a yard and is rip stop nylon. all told with fittings and all i think it totaled about 20 cents a yard. The Tari Tari is not to shabby in the sail ability department.

    anyway I do think more information is needed form the skipper himself to asses this decision.

    as any of you who have sailed for weeks at a time know sometimes the call you make has very specific criteria that may not be known by an outside observer.
    On YouTube, there's a long video of the maiden voyage of a large junk rigged dingy whose sails were literally made out of kingsized bedsheets.
    Currently concentrating on http://earthnurture.com .

  2. #82
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    Oct 2009
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    Tonasket Washington
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    Default Re: Storm Experiences

    Bigcat i started a junk rig thread so we dont drift the storm thread.

  3. #83
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    Boat: Croatia; Living in Tokyo during the months not on the boat
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    Default Re: Storm Experiences

    Reading this threat in 2018 I consider it still as very interesting.

    I wonder only what kind of boat as sailed?

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