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    Re: lv-ab: Heaving-to ... thanks for the input
    From: Yanni Nikopoulos
    Date: 2005 Oct 10, 08:53 -0400

    You are planning for N.Atlantic.
    Atlantic is a lot easier than Superior.
    Longer waves and some times steady one direction winds for days.
    Just watch for the crest of the waves and the rollover.
    S/V Thalia
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Pilgrim" 
    Sent: Sunday, October 09, 2005 11:31 PM
    Subject: Re: lv-ab: Heaving-to ... thanks for the input
    > David
    > Been sailing since 1983 ... Jane since 1963 ... I teach navigation and
    > various Power Squadron Courses. We are both CYA Race Management Certified
    > and I am a blue level judge.  I am also a Professional Engineer and enjoy
    > the math ... We have been sailing in the Great Lakes for over 20 years in
    > a variety of boats. My simple question involved heaving-to in a ketch. I
    > don't mind wind ... it doesn't break stuff ... I don't like waves ... it
    > can sink you ...
    > Dlm48@aol.com wrote:
    > > I dont know Brians level of experience he is either very experience
    > somewhat of a novice or someone who likes to see and enjoys that sort of
    > detail in pilotage/navigation - we are all different i guess.
    > --
    > Brian
    > S/V Pilgrim Whitby 42  #304
    > brian@pilgrimspassages.com
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