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Old 02-12-2011, 15:40   #46
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Re: 42' Leopard - Do I Really Need a Double Halyard ?

Originally Posted by 44'cruisingcat View Post
Time to stock up on penguin fuel. er, food. Do they like chilli?
Herring marinated in sour toddy might be a good starter. Watch out for falling eggs and be careful of ignition conditions.

B&G have this very expensive and temperamental bespoke system based on 1970's technology and hand built with typical British attention to detail:


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Re: 42' Leopard - do I really need a double halyard?

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Funny, I have a single part halyard, have been considering switching to a two part...

Raising the sail isn't really the reason I'm thinking of going two part though - its getting sufficient luff tension when the breeze is fresh. Sometimes I really have to put some weight on the winch, to the extent I wonder about how long it will last.
Well, I broke it. Where do you get these rocket penguins?

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