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March 24, 2011

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my2fish

strangely, I don't really care for colored sails on Sunfish, but I really enjoy seeing the colorful spinnakers on other boats.

great picture.

cheers, my2fish

driving school worcester

Lights are an important component in sailing safety. Coast Guard rules state that all sailboats 23 feet and larger must have lights on at night when they are not at dock. It is recommended that all boats display them regardless of size.

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