What are the traditional Polynesian names for the hulls and cross supports of a trimaran?
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Congratulations to Steve Garner, Vero Beach, FL wo correctly answered last week’s question. He emailed: “The proper call over the radio would be Securite, Securite, Securite. That would be followed by your boat’s name, position, course and speed. The idea is to inform those who may not see you of your course and intent. These days, when most boats have AIS, this is not as critical as it once was. Still, it is good seamanship to keep others near you informed.”