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bridgeovertroubledwater

I heard about the overturned small sail boat between Cow and (Little?) Diamond Island on MPBN news this morning. Glad that everyone took care of each other and that kindness and seamanship were the order of the day. Bravo!

J

I'm surprised the sail committee doesn't have a GPS or other device with datalink weather so as to not be caught of guard by squall lines or other convective weather phenomenon.

And you do this, why?

turboglacier

We'd just anchored my sailboat for the first time ten minutes before that storm slammed in. It was a pretty exciting 20 minutes everywhere in Casco Bay, I think.

turboglacier

We'd just anchored my sailboat for the first time ten minutes before that storm slammed in. It was a pretty exciting 20 minutes everywhere in Casco Bay, I think.

turboglacier

We'd just anchored my sailboat for the first time ten minutes before that storm slammed in. It was a pretty exciting 20 minutes everywhere in Casco Bay, I think.

AdriftAtSea

Yes, weather changes really fast, especially in New England. But I've found that most boaters, power or sail, are pretty good about helping each other out. Not that there aren't exceptions to this, but most are good about it.

cardealerships

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