Calling the perfect start WITHOUT a transit ***

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Jero Lomas, Kiwi America's Cup bowman, explains how he calls the start accurately without even using a transit on the shore. After all, as Dean Barker's front man points out, start marks swing back and forth in wind, waves and tide, so is a transit the ultimate way to get a good start? Jero reckons not...




 

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