i sold the chris-craft and picked up a 30.5' buccaneer, william garden design . . . my first spinnaker pole, lol . . . do i roller furl the genoa before flying the spinnaker? . . . or do i hide the pole and stick to what i know?, lol . . .
Oh by the way, I used to just fly the spin and main in light wind (3-4 knots) to allow full availability to the spin. otherwise it shouldn't matter. The spin is lightweight so be careful with it and keep it Furled and covered most of the time. GO EXAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.
Buccaneer is also an 18' day-sailer built by Chrysler. I almost bought one once.
Next summer. I doubt Lake Michigan will thaw this year.
Little odd that we all sail. Mine is mostly board sailing and day sailers, with some sleepers.
Nice little boat, made by Bayliner right? I had an Islander36' Spinnakers are an awesome tool sailing with the wind....
You're supposed to buy the boat AFTER the FDA decision. There was a drug recently approved by the FDA after the panel voted against it.
LOL@ sailings response; "Wut???
You didn't want to invest more money into EXAS?
How much did the Boat cost you???
Interpretation: I know NOTHING about boating or boats which is why I ignored you. All postings of mine are pure pretense and bowelsheet. Please allow me to take a laugh at you for not investing more in this stock as the ONLY agenda I have here is promoting my position. :)