Blue Water Sailing


Sitting behind the port helm of , a Hunter 39, somewhere in the middle of Lake Michigan, I felt the following southwest breeze die. Our spinnaker slowly went lifeless and I immediately recognized that the fun part of the ride was over. Looking at my watch, the predicted shift to the north

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