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Sailing without an Engine – Sailnet Community
posted by wescarroll
Aug. 15, 2011
“Several renowned sailors, the Pardees come to mind, have sailed tens of thousands of miles with no engine. It is a good part of our skill set to master, an(d) also know that a busy crowded harbor or constricted waterway may not be the best place to use said skills, but I would much rather have some experience before a busted engine forces me to learn on the fly.”

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