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#24 Code vs Code D…What Significant Sail do We Need? | Sailing Sisu Catamaran in Cape Town South Africa





This week we try out to crystal clear the confusion about sails and sail ideas. There is a lot of confusion surround the Code sail. What is a Code sail? What is a Code D sail? When do we use them?

Major eight misconceptions about code sails:
Code Sails Outlined:
Code D:

We are planning our Leopard forty five Catamaran cruising yacht to sail all over the entire world. We want to check out off the beaten tack sites and need to prepare for ice bergs, storms, weighty seas, as very well as wonderful tranquil tropical waters…

Stick to us on our journey as we study from legends when Sailing La Vagabonde upgraded from a monohull to a catamaran…SV Delos needs to upgrade to the most up-to-date Amel fifty one monohull….Absent with the Wynns selected a Leopard Catamaran….possibilities possibilities possibilities. We consider a search at other sailing channels this kind of as Wicked Salty, Satori, Jessica and Ryan, Catamaran Impi, MJ Sailing, Pleased Collectively, Sailing Uma, Sailing Yacht Ruby Rose, Zingaro, Miss Lone Star, Sailing Doodles, Drenched, Blessed Fish gets Absent, RAN Sailing, Out Chasing Star, Stick to the Boat, Rigging Health care provider, Sailing Woman Africa, Abandon Ease and comfort, and many other people to locate our answers and methods, whilst we prepare our yacht in Cape Town, South Africa.

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19 comments

  1. All your friendly viewers, thank you for watching! If you liked the video, then please gives us a thumbs up and subscribe (and hit the little bell) to get notification when we release our next video. We are getting drowned at work (you know the last day syndrome 🙂 ) and would not be able to get the videos out weekly.

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  2. Hi Frik, you mentioned that you will be in South Africa in about 9 weeks time. Are you guys planning a get together for all your followers?

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  3. Great video again Frik. I love that you are sharing with the sailing community as you prepare for world sailing – you have capture the spirit of sailing … THE SPIRIT OF SAILING – SAILING SISU

    Someone said to take a look here because Frik mentioned Impi – I told them 'too late' – I watch your vids often and love that I can feel your excitement as the big splash draws near … man … you guys are going to LOVE IT!

    All the best for your sail choice guys … cruising full time over the past 7 years now I think (wow time flies when you're having fun) … sail for comfort, not for speed!

    Cheers

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  4. I have watched a lot of sailing video's. You explain the nuts and bolts of sailing better than anyone else. I enjoy your video's very much and look forward to you being on your yatch.

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  5. Frick, many thanks for the very informitive video, you and your wife do very well in putting over the intricies of sailing.

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  6. Thanks for sharing so informative. ✌️♥️

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  7. Thank you for that explaination. Didn't know it before.

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  8. Between you and IMPI all our work is done for us, thank you. That was the clearest explanation of the purpose and expected performance of all the available headsails that I have ever seen. And next time I am going to find out all about the relative strengths and weaknesses of the diesel/electric conundrum! You’ll be saving someone a fortune. How long before you take delivery and can prove all your theory in practice? Wonderful work, thanks.

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  9. Great vid mate I’ll be looking forward to your next vid cheers

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  10. Thank you for Another great video. Cheers from Sweden

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  11. i think i learnt something. do leopard use balsa core?

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  12. All your friendly viewers, thank you for watching! If you liked the video, then please gives us a thumbs up and subscribe (and hit the little bell) to get notification when we release our next video. We are getting drowned at work (you know the last day syndrome 🙂 ) and would not be able to get the videos out weekly.

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  13. Wow Frik and Petro. So exciting Thanks for another great informative video. Cheers Roy and Adele

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  14. surely the concept of furling your forsail simplifys all this in a cruising application

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  15. Code zero is a great choice for a large all around working sail but for down wind runs i would fly a parasailing kite

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  16. Excellent video! Very good explanations and the humor at the end had me laughing so hard. Great job, your attention to detail is going to make for a great boat. Commissioning team better be on the ball.

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  17. Hello Frik. Thanks for the great video and update on the boat. Always very informative and very interesting to follow your progress for your new adventure. So are you looking at about 15 weeks build time for the boat?
    Cheers Rob

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  18. As an arm chair sailor, no idea on sail plan. However, if you are going big battery bank would it be worth going carbon fiber for mast and rigging to keep the weight down and lower the center of gravity.
    Please realize I have no experience or knowledge to base these thoughts on.

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  19. You are going to be very prepare for your adventures, thanks for sharing the startup procedures one should do when buying a boat of this size! Please don't forget the kitchen sink! 😉

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