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5th October 2016
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Read Afloat's e–news below with all the latest sailing and boating highlights including: Winter crib sheets: How to breathe new life into your sails; Westerly's wizard choice for manageability; and why we’re in need of Newfound pride

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How to breathe new life into your sails this off-season
After a summer of being stretched, dunked, rough-handled, exposed to the elements, and stowed away in a rush, our sails are naturally looking a little worse for wear at the moment. Read why giving them a bit of TLC now should save you having the splash out on a new spring/summer wardrobe down the road.
Meanwhile, this Friday’s SB20 Ireland AGM will see changes at the top, Peter Boyle shines at a challenging GP14 youth champs, Dun Laoghaire Harbour trailer peril video goes viral, the Volvo Ocean 65 fleet begins an eight-month refit programme, Limerick aims for place on world rowing map after inaugural Kings Island River Race, concerns are raised over Skellig Michael drone shoot, and while the ribbon is cut on Killybegs small craft harbour, the €18million revamp of Cork Harbour faces delay.
Boats for sale blog link Wizard choice for manageability
This Island Nation blog and podcast link We’re in need of Newfound pride
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