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Old 21-01-2013, 20:12   #1
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Updating a stormy book

Larry and I have been asked to go through the 2008 edition of Storm tactics Handbook and update it. We have already found some addresses and websites that are out of date, plus we have a few notes and stories to add. But we would appreciate having any feed back from readers who may have some questions that weren't addressed in the book. If you wish, you can post the information here. Or, you can go to our website (click on the banner at the bottom of this post) and there you will find an email link that only we and our webmaster can read. Really appreciate the assistance.
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Old 26-01-2013, 00:17   #2
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Re: Updating a stormy book

A sound idea. I recently made a video clip of heavy weather sailing in Biscay last month. Keeping a sense of humour is oft overlooked. As crew tend to fatigue before the vessel, the latter may become damaged through failure to observe chafe, overloading etc. Which it ain't the hornpipe !
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