summer sailing

summer sailing

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using a sextant by OnFoot4now (Didi), via Flickr

using a sextant by OnFoot4now (Didi), via Flickr

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http://www.pearsonariel.org/discussion/showthread.php?90-Main-Sheet-Traveler/page3 (06-29-2005 08:51 AM)

http://www.pearsonariel.org/discussion/showthread.php?90-Main-Sheet-Traveler/page3 (06-29-2005 08:51 AM)

Sailing rigging terms

Sailing rigging terms

When to tack on a header

When to tack on a header

Hobie Catamaran— original patent art t-shirt design by PatentWear. Few boats have had a bigger impact than the Hobie 16. Introduced in 1971 as the bigger sister to the Hobie 14, the 16 revolutionized the multihull scene when it first appeared, and was the driving force behind the popularization of beach catamarans. See more of The Story at www.patentwear.com

Hobie Catamaran— original patent art t-shirt design by PatentWear. Few boats have had a bigger impact than the Hobie 16. Introduced in 1971 as the bigger sister to the Hobie 14, the 16 revolutionized the multihull scene when it first appeared, and was the driving force behind the popularization of beach catamarans. See more of The Story at www.patentwear.com

Hobie 16 support/FAQS

Hobie 16 support/FAQS

Catamaran rentals on Hilton Head Island's South Beach (flickr photo)

Catamaran rentals on Hilton Head Island's South Beach (flickr photo)

Winch Solo— original patent art design by PatentWear. The world’s first two-speed winches were built in the early 50s for Tim Moseley’s cutter Orient. Teaming up with Jim Michaels who owned the yawl Baruna, the two formed the Barient Company, the name derived from a contraction of the two boat names. Add Derek Baylis and Jesus Guangorena, who developed a second generation of winches for Orient, and you have the world's first modern winch. More of The Story at www.patentwear.com

Winch Solo— original patent art design by PatentWear. The world’s first two-speed winches were built in the early 50s for Tim Moseley’s cutter Orient. Teaming up with Jim Michaels who owned the yawl Baruna, the two formed the Barient Company, the name derived from a contraction of the two boat names. Add Derek Baylis and Jesus Guangorena, who developed a second generation of winches for Orient, and you have the world's first modern winch. More of The Story at www.patentwear.com

Hobie+16*lines

Hobie+16*lines

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