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  1. Dan Stanford
    Jun 26, 2023 @ 13:21

    Thanks for the wrap up and your comments on the good and bad things you learned. I had read comments from you and others on the weaknesses of the J/111 offshore but it was good to understand it by your description. Enjoy your time on this side of the pond.

    Dan

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  2. Bill and Judy Stellin
    Jul 2, 2023 @ 18:23

    My wife and I sailed to Bermuda in year 2000 on our J/42. We didn’t use a weather router as Herb wouldn’t talk to us after we didn’t follow his directions the first night. It was like living in a washing machine plus my wife broke her arm second night out. Hot wet humid in the Gulf Stream squally everywhere else. Judy got arm fixed in Bermuda. You are right , boats can take lots more than crew can. Your description brought back identical memories. A friend once told me “learn to sail the weather “. Best advice we’ve ever had. Of course having a J Boat under us helps.

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