A Windy Evening Sail

As night falls "Southern Star" picks up speed

Winds at 5 to 10 with a few white caps

On these warmer days geting out on the boat in the evening proves to be relaxing and rewarding.

The wind picks up after the sun sets and makes for a very nice sail.

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2 Responses to “A Windy Evening Sail”

  1. Laurie Pace Says:

    Peter, where did I miss that you sailed?? We have two boats, English Darts…very very fast catamarans… I told Terry I had to have a boat with sides. I am getting old.

    What kind of boat is this one?? Email me so we can visit. Where are you sailing??

    L

    • petergrantfineart Says:

      I have had a boat most of my life. My uncle gave me my first boat when I was about 10 and have been sailing ever since.

      This boat is a Watkins 29 design for sailign in the caribbian.

      I sail on Lake Guntersville (part of the Tennessee River system)

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