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Kaimu s/v Kaimu Wharram Catamaran
Vessel Name: Kaimu
Vessel Make/Model: Wharram Custom
Hailing Port: Norwalk, CT
About: Andy and the Kaimu Crew
About: Sailors in the Baltimore, Annapolis, DC area.
Recent Blog Posts
27 November 2015 | Georgetown, SC
Any time you go out in a gale there is an opportunity to return with some useful information for others, contemplating purchase or build of the same design boat, or wondering about how the boat handles in high winds.
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27 November 2015 | Georgetown, SC
The north wind that blew us down the coast into Georgetown town also brought cold weather. This is the fall weather pattern of the past few years, very cold air rushing down from Canada and overlaying the continent with frigid weather. You can take advantage of this fair wind, if a gale can be considered [...]
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26 November 2015 | Georgetown, SC
I had hauled the dinghy back aboard and settled things down some, but the wind was still blowing gale strength and the waves were frightening. We were headed toward Little River Inlet and our projected time of arrival would be after sunset, so I reviewed a digital chart of the inlet. I planned to anchor [...]
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25 November 2015 | Georgetown, SC
Let's see now, where were we, it was the turn at Frying Pan Shoals. We could come up to a close reach in the now North wind. This was the gale that the gale warning warned about. It was a stiff breeze. The end of the shoal isn't very shoaly so there wasn't much relief to the building seas from the [...]
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24 November 2015 | Georgetown, SC
Like the last attempt at Frying Pan Shoals, this will be in several parts.
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21 November 2015 | Taylor Creek/Beaufort, NC
The plan to get underway hit a snag. One last task was to get the gas jugs refilled. I put them in the deflatable dinghy and dropped the handtruck into it also. The handtruck took a lazy bounce over the side of the dinghy and sank out of sight. I was going to hike up Front Street to the gas dock, [...]
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