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Old 22-01-2010, 10:53   #61
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there are some places on the ICW where it is switched, depending on the channal. Usually its well marked, and the waterway markers are designated appropriatly.
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Old 25-01-2010, 07:06   #62
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Pass the tonic water!
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Funny thing was it was a girl who said it and she always drank gin and water!
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"Duck" is not a one-syllable word by chance
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Steady bearing...decreasing range = collision
This is the most valuable I was taught when in a crowded area, if the horizon landmarks are not moving behind the boat you're looking at, you're on a collision course, steer behind.

and "No Red Port Left"

I always tell new crew if they hear someone shout "starboard!" to shout back "steel!" as we're a steel boat
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red over green sailboats are keen.
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