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    RC it ??
    One of the guys in our group has successfully made an old pond boat into rc by putting a small cabin on deck housing a receiver and battery with a rudder servo. Sails are still manual but with a mid setting she sails well in most conditions. Cloth sails can be improved without changing them by putting on a clear proofing. I use thompsons
    water seal
    which is totally clear and blocks the holes in the cloth so wind can't go through. Tent waterproofer has the same effect and you can get a spray can of it from most tent outlets. This gives a much improved catchment to the sail area.
    30 days ago by Bryan-the-pirate


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