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Wishing joy to all.
~ your friends at Landfall.
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Sailing into the weekend.
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vive la france
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Full moon tonight. Third night in a row.
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magnifico!!!!!!!!!
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Suddenly it all seems good.
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Le bonheur c'est tout simple... :)
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Captain's Quiz #23: - You're sailing at night on a starboard tack and see a single red light off your starboard bow, what should you do?

A. Check your depth finder.
B. Sound two long and two short blasts on the horn.
C. Steer to port.
D. Maintain your course and speed.

Answer here: http://bit.ly/capt_quiz
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I think that rhyme would apply between powerboats, not sailing vessels.
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Captain's Quiz #24: There are three corners and three edges to the triangle that forms the shape of most sails. Start with the lower forward most corner, and go up the front edge to the top of the #sail and continue until you return at the original corner naming each part as you go.

A. Luff, leech, foot, tack, head, clew
B. Tack, luff, head, leech, clew, foot
C. Clew, leech, head, luff, tack, foot
D. Head, luff, tack, clew, leech, foot

Answer here: http://bit.ly/capt_quiz

If english isn't your first language, what do you call each sail part where you are from?
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Good driver is always on top of things.
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ON THIS DAY 102 YEARS AGO.
Odd Titanic factoids: The 4th funnel was fake.
Most of the launched lifeboats were not filled to capacity.
A lifeboat drill had been cancelled the day before she sank.
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She had no luck in any case.
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"One hand for yourself and one for the ship."
~ Unknown
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that's the real rule ! 
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Landfall has been providing top quality equipment to boaters since 1982 and on the web since 1997. Since that time Landfall’s unwavering commitment to safety has remained constant. That commitment is reflected in the products we sell and the advice we give. Landfall is committed to meeting the needs of the marine community, including recreational boaters, professional mariners and law enforcement, and emergency personnel.

We work hard to find the latest gear, navigation programs and reviewing new books to make certain we bring you the best and safest boating products available. Our product offering includes: Safety equipment, books & guides, nautical gifts, navigation, marine software, powerboat supplies, nautical charts, foul weather gear, nautical clocks, and electronics. We also teach safety, navigation and the use of related equipment through US Sailing’s safety at Sea Seminars, Passagemakers’s Trawlerfest seminars, major US boat shows and through our own Marine Training Center in Stamford. Whether it’s around the harbor, around the mark, or around the world- Safe voyages begin with Landfall.
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Sunday9:00 am–2:00 pm
Monday9:00 am–5:00 pm
Tuesday9:00 am–5:00 pm
Wednesday9:00 am–5:00 pm
Thursday9:00 am–5:00 pm
Friday9:00 am–5:00 pm
Saturday9:00 am–2:00 pm
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