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Old 01-06-2015, 02:17 PM   #101
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I have a rear view mirror on my bridge. It's name is the Sea Ray mirror. Inevitably when I am not looking a big power boat operated by either an ignorant idiot or an arrogant ass will pass me at close quarters. ...
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Fortunately, we had enough space to turn into his wake. The fellow TFer whose small wake is between, did not.
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Old 01-06-2015, 03:21 PM   #102
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Our system seems simpler to deploy and retrieve, as I can deploy in a few minutes and retrieve just a few more, less than 10'

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What I haven't posted the pictures yet?

I did write the stats on my blog, but now that you remind me, I did promise more pictures of the finished product.

I promise this winter, it will be in my list, as I am finally happy with the finished product.

Larry,

I have adjusted the up down lines while underway, if only to see if there was a difference.

Also, tightened the fore and aft guys as needed.
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I have heard of paravanes jumping out of the water and hitting pilothouses on trollers, however, these may be due to design flaws on those particular vessels. In addition, I don't plan in being out in weather that is so severe that paravanes are flying out of the water.

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