SeaKnots

2010 April 1 SAIL offshore N Myrtle Beach, SC

2010 April 1 SAIL offshore N Myrtle Beach, SC

Views: 85

Comment

You need to be a member of SeaKnots to add comments!

Join SeaKnots

Comment by Bob Weeks on April 2, 2010 at 9:25pm
At exactly 10 sec into this video you will see that the 1st reefing lines are not slack and its causing the sail to be out of shape. Make sure all your reefing lines have enough slack in them so they do NOT effect the sail shape. If they are as far out as they can go then you are 1. using to much line to ty them to the boom or 2. they need to be replaced with longer lines.

Bob

Latest Activity

___/)ances With Sails commented on LOLA's group SAILBOATS and SLIPS FOR SALE
"My boats for sale. Search Craigslist/New Orleans/S211_A"
Thursday
___/)ances With Sails left a comment for Lola
"Happy belated holidays!  I'll email you. "
Thursday
___/)ances With Sails left a comment for zeehag
"Karen!! Dang!!!!  How did Bubba use up 9 lives already? Sorry to read that, kid."
Thursday
Meserii - Bamboo Products liked Meserii - Bamboo Products's discussion Are bamboo toothbrushes soft?
Feb 13
Meserii - Bamboo Products updated their profile
Feb 13
olivia scott updated their profile
Feb 11
olivia scott is now a member of SeaKnots
Feb 9
Meserii - Bamboo Products posted a discussion

Are bamboo toothbrushes soft?

Yes, are available in various bristle options, including soft bristles. The softness of the bristles is comparable to traditional toothbrushes, offering a gentle cleaning experience for sensitive gums. Bamboo toothbrushes are eco-friendly alternatives, as they are made from sustainable materials, reducing plastic waste. The softness of the bristles makes them suitable for individuals who prefer a gentler brushing sensation. Overall, bamboo toothbrushes provide an environmentally conscious and…See More
Feb 6
ADVERTISE ON SEAKNOTS CONTACT US AT: 
candrac@sailforwater.com

© 2024   Created by CAN DRAC.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service