A Sail of Two Idiots
A “Sail of Two Idiots”is the fascinating, informative, and hilarious true story about a couple of novice sailors who sold their home, bought a boat, grabbed their cat and a few belongings - and set sail!
If you’ve ever considered, or even fantasized, about raising your sails and not looking back, you won’t be able to put this book down!
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by Darrell Nicholson on December 06, 2016
For washing your sails, most sailmakers recommend using mild soap and water, and avoiding anything abrasive. Use a soft brush, if necessary, to loosen dirt. For dirt or stains that are more deeply embedded, you may need to soak the sail, so you'll have to locate some kind of large container, depending upon the size of the soiled area.
Which of the following best describes your approach to bottom paint?
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