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Twins

Twins

Twins

This is the twin sister to the squall that overtook us on port today. It had packed everything that you read about in Captain Jack Hornblower novels. In particular, torrential rain that flattened the sea and winds close to 40 knots.

We ran off it going like a freight train with 3 reefsmin the main and the solent rolled up to a scrap. Whiskers did the driving, Sir Salty Not-A-Care-In-The-World slept through it and I did the worrying.

Follow my tracks in real-time:
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