Has anyone just removed the auto furling system and gone back to
normal sails? My thought is that auto-furlers could be removed from
the masts for full batten tracks. This could offer full batten
[high roach] sails with lazy jacks. A little more work but a much
more efficient sail. Comments???? -Bob
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about Suez Canal crossing, the Red Sea / Gulf of Suez is a verygood
place to spend the winter, which in fact is the best time to sailthere.
October to April F3 to 6 in general, May to Sept blows much harderF6 to
F8 much of the time.offshore
islands to visit (northern end of Red Sea, Huragarda), also WadiDom,
about 30 Nm south of Suez is quiet and a safe location.prices
way below Med. once you are here.pellegrini
Sent: Saturday, July 16, 2005 2:16 PMworn
out. Remove the protection boot, remove all carbon dust in thecheap),
reinstall the boot with silicon seal and clamp.The
theelectric motor on the boom did not move when I should furl in
itsail. After I used a hammer with light taps on the motor house
Tunis.anybody a good solution to the problem.
Hve heared marinas in Tunis pretty fully booked.