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Learn to Sail Your T37 Clinic! Nov. 8th, 2014 at 10am!

I hope all you new T37 sailors can come out to the "Learn To Sail Your T37" clinic this coming Saturday, November 8th, 2014 at 10am. It will be held at the Center for Wooden Boats and the Seattle Model Boat Pond.

I went last year and it was great fun. An hour or so of clinic stuff with building advice and racing tips, then out to the pond for an hour or two of testing out boats and perhaps some low-key races.

I'll have my boat there and hopefully many others will have their boats there too for you to try.



Peace!



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