I agree with the advice to contact the RYA.
With the right boat & crew I'll sail in a 10 anyday..... just as long as we have a pleasant destination with good food & great beer…. plus totty & live music always a bonus....
If you haven’t been out in these conditions for a while it will take a couple of days to become acclimatised, empty the contents of your stomach, acquire your sea legs & start to eat & function again….. but that’s just all part of sailing.
Last edited by OGITD; 04-01-12 at 19:18.
LSGCM & Dolphins.
With a few years under my belt on this forum, one thing I have noticed is that my fellow forumites will happily argue black is white between each other.
Never before have I seen a tread, let alone over 230 posts, where everyone is totally in agreement with what they are saying.
The sense of outrage is palpable.
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Sorry - typo - meant to say "my very silly fellow forumites"