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Old 26-12-2010, 20:52   #1
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out of the way

JPG would not upload, post would not delete, too bad.
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The JPG was about Wild Thing colliding with a media boat at the start of the Sydney Hobart with the media comment “out of the way. Stupid”. My post was “what about rule 13”.
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No need to if you know, to big, to slow etc. These days it is very difficult to download , not important enough to worry about.
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saw the video on sailinganarchy, wild thing has a really flexible sprit.
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The JPG was about Wild Thing colliding with a media boat at the start of the Sydney Hobart with the media comment “out of the way. Stupid”. My post was “what about rule 13”.

No need to if you know, to big, to slow etc. These days it is very difficult to download , not important enough to worry about.
Try Faststone photo resizer... very useful for this site.... download pic to desktop, resize and post.... and its free...
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If you watch the vid there is a yellow marker to starboard - you can see it in the pic above. Just after the collision (half a boat length), Wild Thing passes another yellow marker to port

Which suggest she was sailing outside the exclusion zone at the time of the collision perhaps ???
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