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  1. For Sale $250 ono Maricat 4.3 series 1, Hulls, Mast, Tramp and Trailer for sale. For more details call Simon 0411148084
  2. 343Gatter

    How to Trap on a W14

    Hey all, So this may have already been covered somewhere else on this forum, being a Car forum I'm gonna assume so however I'll ask again anyway. I'm new to this forum but not new to sailing, I've sailed big Monos and small Monos aswell as big cats and little cats however never have I used a Trapeze and Harness setup. Now the proud owner of a little W14 it comes with Trap and Harness, so I thought I'd consult the interwebs on hiking out on a trap wire before I go and do anything too special, my questions are this, is there any technique or anything I should know before giving it a go? Or is it simply act and react to the boat and wind? Does technique come naturally in the sense of it all? I am a bit big for a W14, being a 110kg bloke, however this is just my toy for the inlet, something I can manipulate and right on my own.
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