Subject: Re: [harryproa] Offshore testing
From: Doug Haines
Date: 12/16/2006, 6:34 AM

Yes that would be really exciting, especially if I had a job - am broke.
Would definitely need a sort of stand thing to leave hands free. Probably forward near the beam and cabin in the corner looking back,or would looking forward be better?

carlos Solanilla <> wrote:
Any possible way to take one of digital cameras that let you do some short filming? I would love to see some clips of that. You can make a cheap waterproof enclosure - look at this link
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From: doha720 <>
Sent: Friday, December 15, 2006 3:56:02 AM
Subject: [harryproa] Offshore testing


went from Mandurah to Rottnest, then in to Freo and the boat is back at
Maylands for rudder strengthening etc.

Sea breeze came in during 35nm trip up coast, towards the end it was
20knots plus with sea and some small swell. The bow would bury in uptp
maybe a metre back and drive forwards losing little speed till it
surfaced up again. Surfing rides grew more often as the seabreeze blew
more chop (seabreeze is S/SW, heading north), good speeds, though not
trying to push it.


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