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I decided not to use the engine while we had our hands full with the strong wind and sail problems. What to do? The wind seemed gustier than ever. Margaret steered into the bay proper where there was more room. By now the ﬂogging of the sail was terrible. We quickly dropped the mainsail and anchored. As we swung into the wind the headsail continued to bang and ﬂog. The clew would have beheaded anyone on the foredeck. Finally I came to my senses. I let the furling line go, put one of the sheets on a winch, and cranked in a little tension.