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Old 08-07-2012, 00:16   #16
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I concur. I keep my main up always when motoring through narrow high current areas like the East River, Hell Gate, and ocean inlets. If the engine dies you have steerage, plus it's also radiate for a tug or PB to see a big sail up around a corner then a bare mast.


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