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    Default Re: Interesting helm location

    Keeps you nice and dry. And being that close to the heater, you shouldn't get cold either. And you'll still be able to keep as good a look out as some ships seem to.


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    Default Stowage

    And how about the stowage of the glasses?

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    Default Re: Stowage

    I must say I hadn't noticed those, even better than the wheel!

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    Default Re: Interesting helm location

    Don't worry, it's the Tall Ships racing wheel. They swap it with the RORC wheel (which is titanium and carbon fibre) as and when.

    Next time, it'll all be different.

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    Default Re: Stowage

    Excellent scalp trimmers!

    If I agreed with you we'd both be wrong.

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    Default sailing school boat - obviously.

    The pupils all pester to be the one to do the blind nav. exercise on a lousy day.


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    Default Can\'t you see?

    The heater obviously doubles as periscope.

    I doubt the glasses would last one season on my boat in that configuration. They'd be slamming themselves to pieces against each other.

    Group of people on the pontoon: skipper is the one with the toolbox.
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