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    Sailing stuff for sale SF Bay

    Selling following:

    MOB pole
    Water maker
    Survival suit
    Zodiac dingy

    Will take best offer

    Call/text: 310 409 523223372338233923402341
  2. Vendee Globe - interesting useful information for singlehandlers

    I am sure that most of you know, or following the Vandee Globe race.
    But, the event website has many interesting articles that directly apply to our hobby, for example about the food:...
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    Jackie, I am not leaving yet, and will do still...

    Jackie, I am not leaving yet, and will do still few races here.
    We will talk:-)
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    You can't keep the secret here:-) I will be...

    You can't keep the secret here:-)
    I will be moving back to Europe and do some sailing on the Bay of Biscay, will probably buy even the sistership, now that I know how to set her up.
    Happy New Year
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    [QUOTE=BobJ;16434]You're doing pretty well so far...

    [QUOTE=BobJ;16434]You're doing pretty well so far - DM is booked through April.

    Most couples' questions have to do with the use of the MastClimber. One guy said his girlfriend wanted to know...
  6. Hi Brian, I can help you with that - the best...

    Hi Brian,

    I can help you with that - the best would be if you could show me what you got and go from there.
    Perhaps, we could meet, I live close to you in the South Bay.

    Cheers,
    Henry
  7. Hi Brian, I used this technique when I made...

    Hi Brian,

    I used this technique when I made the first prototypes of the parts of the bowsprits.
    In some cases I used the 3D printed parts for creating female molds and in other instances I layed...
  8. Thread: assy sizing

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    Hey Alan, thanks for the compliments:-)and for a...

    Hey Alan, thanks for the compliments:-)and for a fellow singlehander, I am happy to make it work for you. Contact me.
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    I got -3secs for the bowsprit exceeding JSP by...

    I got -3secs for the bowsprit exceeding JSP by 24"
    Regarding your bowsprit, I can have something for you if you don't mind some scratches:-)
    you can shoot me an email: Henry@trogear.com
    1941
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    Yeehaa -Grace is in for midwinters.

    Yeehaa -Grace is in for midwinters.
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    and Grace will go with the flow

    and Grace will go with the flow
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    Great shot - they were extremely rare @ Drake's...

    Great shot - they were extremely rare @ Drake's Bay.
    I have never seen so many flies when sailing, there were still a bunch in cockpit, hidden under foulies when crossed the finish line on Sunday.
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    " first boat to arrive becomes the Race...

    " first boat to arrive becomes the Race Committee"
    Jackie, when I sailed down in LA, most of the PSSA races were run without a committee boat.
    We used a rabbit boat to start and recorded our...
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    There are no comments about the races - that's...

    There are no comments about the races - that's unusual.
    So, I will start with my lows and highs:
    Low:
    Passed DR1 on port (wrong) side on Saturday and have to return in painfully light wind to re...
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    She is not coming, so I guess I will have to...

    She is not coming, so I guess I will have to anchor alone.
    Just finished some reading about the anchoring in Drakes bay and hope that it will be light.
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    Hi Jackie - cool video with the music. This race...

    Hi Jackie - cool video with the music.
    This race is first time for me and I am curious where do you dock/anchor?
    Edited: Never mind: I searched old Drakes bay postings and found the answers
    Thx
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    "As for thrilling, the story of Mark and Ian's...

    "As for thrilling, the story of Mark and Ian's recent Pacific Cup win on the Moore 24 MAS! is inspirational and ranks up there with the best small boat voyages ever. Congrats, Team MAS! (Ian, if you...
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    After some early gains Ragtime caught up with me...

    After some early gains Ragtime caught up with me and we were pretty close going to Lightbucket, my competitiveness forced me to hand-steer most of the time, in yesterday's upwind conditions our boats...
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    Bob, thanks for the reminder - I am in. I think...

    Bob, thanks for the reminder - I am in.
    I think that I am registered too:-)
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    "Four of the singlehanders convened at the...

    "Four of the singlehanders convened at the Richmond YC bar after the race, all complaining of the beating they took."
    I was a party pooper and headed straight back to my home port, Brisbane. I was...
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    Hi Jackie, Before changing the head gasket, it...

    Hi Jackie,
    Before changing the head gasket, it is good to understand how the starter (or anything else) works.
    The most engine starters have solenoids(smaller cylinder shape part on the top of...
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    Never mind - I found it.

    Never mind - I found it.
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    Brain fart - lost my trophy

    I am bummed - I have most likely left my hard earned second place trophy on the buffet table, did anybody find it?
    Will pay finders fee:-)
    Thanks,
    Jindrich - Henry
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    "Can't imagine hitting that thing as it would...

    "Can't imagine hitting that thing as it would most likely put a hole in the boat with that tubular railing around the buoy. I would expect buoys like that to have an AIS beacon on it..."

    Dirk...
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    Hi Brian, Gravitational effect - that could be,...

    Hi Brian,
    Gravitational effect - that could be, the last time when I did the bottom, I have added some depleted plutonium to my cast iron keel.(LOL)
    Tom,
    The current was light, I didn't see any...
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