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TMI to Provide Live 2008 Chicago to Mackinac Race Coverage
Shaft and Engine Alignment
Brokerage Boat of the Month
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July 2008
Greetings!

July brings to mind many things; fireworks, cook-outs, pool parties and the Chicago to Mackinac Race.  2008 brings the race's 100th running and a new partnership in coverage between Torresen Marine, Inc. and the largest sailing website in the world - Sailing Anarchy.  Should be exciting!

As always, we look forward to your comments and suggestions. We are also interested in what topics you would like to see. Email the Torresen Sailing Newsletter to let us know what you think.


TMI to Provide Live 2008 Chicago to Mackinac Race Coverage 
Chicago to Mackinac Race CoverageMuskegon, Michigan
Lake Michigan-based Torresen Marine, Inc. ("TMI") announced today a comprehensive plan to provide race fans with news, photos, videos and live webcasts of the 100th running of the Chicago Yacht Club Race to Mackinac. "This is the 13th year we've offered this free service to our sailing friends around the world, and this year's coverage should be light years ahead of what we've done before." said Kathleen  
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Shaft and Engine Alignment 
Engine Image by Gordon Torresen 
If everything stays tight and the hull doesn't change shape, you may never have to adjust your alignment. However, it should be checked periodically. If the boat is put in a cradle for any length of time, the hull could move and affect engine alignment. The alignment should be checked a few weeks after the boat has been afloat
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Brokerage Boat of the Month
 1999 Hunter 410 
This well equipped and professionally maintained 1999 Hunter 410 is ready to sail around the world. The Hunter design utilizes the main as the larger sail.  This makes it is easier for the cruising sailor to manage the trimming and setting than with a conventional rig with large genoa. In reefing situations it is more efficient to reef the main than furling the genoa.