When Cooler Temps Prevail: Tips for Fall Cruising

During the height of the summer, most cruising sailors are generally well-prepared. As fall colors appear however, cooler weather and different sailing patterns often prevail. Don’t be caught off-guard during this season of quick weather changes; prepare for theunexpected and enjoy some great fall sailing. Morning fog, for example, is common this time of year. The humidity of the previous day condenses into opaque droplets, hindering visibility. Fog usually dissipates around mid-morning when heat from the sun converts the moisture back to humidity. Make sure you’re prepared for reduced visibility. When cooler air descends over warm water, squalls can pop-up quickly. READ MORE By Capt. Jack Klang for Quantum Sails…

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