Spinnaker Work
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Spinnaker Work

Spinnaker Work

Spinnaker Work

After two days of poled out headsails, the breeze finally calls for a sail change. Here the asymmetrical is put back to work and is pulling Seaburban along at 6+ knots in 7 or so apparent.

It’s a wonderful sail made that much more complacent and convenient now that it is on a furler. That said, it’s not likely to see much of the southern latitudes. For now, however, it’s even putting a smile on Salty’s normally grim mug!

Follow my tracks in real-time:
https://bit.ly/svseaburban

 

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