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March 25, 2013


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Just a observation. If you can help it NEVER rig on pavement. A wise sail repair guy explained to me how the pavement will ruin your stitching. Keep that in mind. You guys are rad.

Baydreamer, you are surely right, but unfortunately there are very few places we sail where there is any alternative. Mattituck (bay launch) Mecox (Yacht Club launch) and Heckscher (for the festivals) are the few places that come to mind with an alternative (aka grass). I find being familiar with each rig so I'm not futzing around and rubbing it against the pavement is the best strategy given the circumstances. Thanks for the thought!


Starting to get itchy to start my own sailing season these days. Gotta wait for a day that doesn't make the windsurfers QUITE this happy though! :D

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