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  • #16
    Yeah, wording wasn't great. Though being confident and comfortable in the water, especially deep water, generally goes hand in hand with being able to swim.
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    • #17
      From experience deep water is creepy, it was a cat that i went swimming off and even though it had no sails up and there was no wind it took real effort to reach the bows swiming up between the hulls. and i reckon it took about 5 seconds for the boat to move past (about 40ft) once you got 30 foot behind things started to look very small. try that on a ship thats moving at 20kns and i think you may as well put your head between your legs and kiss your A$$ goodbye
      you can take it with a pinch of salt, but i prefer it with a nip of whisky

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