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Subject: Re: Hydrovane

Nicholas Hill
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Date Posted: 21/01/07 11:54:13
In reply to: John Woodhouse 's message, "Re: Hydrovane" on 21/01/07 11:14:16

Oh, true enough - but there are pros and cons. I remember going to Fecamp a few years ago, in the days of Decca, in company with some other Virgo Voyagers. I told my crew to steer 40 degrees off - surprised, he did so. Everyone else was swept past the entrance by the tide. Just the sort of time when GPS/Autohelm is useful.

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