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  1. #31
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    I had (2x) above deck all-in-one units, two below deck brains, compasses, 4x drives..... all interchangeable. Didn't have one failure though...... Raymarine drive is still going strong 20 years later.

  2. #32
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    Proving once again that the surest way not to need the backups is to have them.
    The inverse of that is not having them is the fastest way to ensure failure...

    DH

  3. #33
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    Yep! (2019 LongPac.)

  4. #34
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    Congrats on getting Hedgehog back in order!!

  5. #35
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    Dave, You did a great job on that splash cover dodger project. Practical and sexy at the same time. Anyone who has sailed any extended time off shore knows the value of a splash cover/dodger.

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    Default Bound for Sea

    So, here we go...
    Hedgehog and I are planning to head out tomorrow morning (or possibly wait for the ebb at noonish) for our qualifier.
    Weather looks pretty optimal tomorrow and into Fridday evening, mostly 13-15 knots from the NW. There's a forecast build to the low 20's on Saturday, but hopefully I'll be heading back in with some Northing in the bank by then.
    I have a loose plan to reach West until Friday AM, tack back NE toward Bollinas on Friday morning, then back West before the final turn for home; or I may just reach out and back. TBD by how things look Friday AM.

    you can follow us here

    share.garmin.com/DavidHerrigel

    password: SHTP2021

    DH

  7. #37
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    Fair winds, Mr Hedgehog. Your site is on my homescreen.

  8. #38
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    Enjoy!

  9. #39
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    Excellent! If the weather behaves I'll wave at you, coming back in as I go out!
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  10. #40
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philpott View Post
    Fair winds, Mr Hedgehog. Your site is on my homescreen.
    Me too. Best of luck and fair winds.
    I'm such a clever Toad.

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