FurledSails  



Notice: Undefined variable: display in /usr/www/users/noeld/furledsails/article.php3 on line 105

 When Not to Sail the Great Lakes

"Having reorganized the boat and stowed everything heavy or sharp, we plan to go out into a steady 30 knot north wind with 6-8 foot waves and whitecaps. There is quite a bit of chop inside the breakwater. Waves are breaking over the outer harbor wall in a few places, but the wind direction is perfect for clearing the shoals north of town and shaping a course for Port Huron, which we should be able to reach in about 8-10 hours even reefed. Casting off and clearing the berth prove difficult in the high wind. And the engine stalls (not clogged this time) going through neutral. (Later inspection when the engine is pulled reveals that we have been running on ONE cylinder) Not a problem except we are drifting around in a tight harbor. "
Story

 (Submitted by Noel Tue Jun 29, 2004 )
Notice: Undefined variable: UserLevel in /usr/www/users/noeld/furledsails/article.php3 on line 137

Notice: Undefined variable: UserLevel in /usr/www/users/noeld/furledsails/article.php3 on line 138
  


Subscribe to furledsails-announce
Get links to new shows in your email
Subscribe to furledsails
Talk to other sailors

Our content can be syndicated: Main page
Notice: Undefined variable: extrarss in /usr/www/users/noeld/furledsails/article.php3 on line 240

Copyright Noel Davis. Noel also runs web sites about Unix and kayaking.
All trademarks are the property of their owners.
All articles are owned by their author