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  1. Hypothermia Survivor Account

    "In those first few hours in the water, DeRyan had been lying on her back, meditating and doing a breathing exercise to stay buoyant. She focused on keeping her core warm so that the heat would circulate to her extremities." Isn't that the Wim Hof method for cold water swimming?
  2. Grainger Raider 302

    Fuck yea Pear Shaped Racing! Stoked to see you guys back at it
  3. Is the Canada's Cup going to be sailed this summer on another class or is the next one not until 2020?
  4. Ridiculously Overpriced Boats

    Don's an absolute legend! I hear he's still kicking around KYC but sails alot less these days due to his age. Thanks for the history - its a cool story of an iconic boat
  5. Ridiculously Overpriced Boats

    Is Bagatelle a MK I? I remember her owner telling me a story about how she was one of two built for the 1969 Canada's Cup but never performed well in sea trials so was not chosen to be the defender. Does that make the local Vancouver redline, Bedlam II, the one that won the cup?
  6. SuperFoiler Grand Prix

    Like this?
  7. Turbo Etchells

    Sounds sweet would love to see some videos when you get a chance.
  8. Turbo Etchells

    lets see em up in the air flying! Have you decided anything for the a kite?
  9. Sodebo foiling

    Would there be a benefit for Sodebo in light air to use the windward foils to induce heel/ lift the float, while retracting the leeward foils to reduce drag?
  10. Round The County 2017

    Great write up Ballard Sailor! Those Moore's sure were pesky (fast) all weekend.
  11. Sailing around the world in a San Juan 24

    Good to see FB asking the tough questions
  12. Round The County 2017

    Depends where you look eh? Consensus at least seems to be a good breeze, jury's still out about sun though.
  13. Craigslist - Not mocking

    Ever since reading about Chris Bray and Jess Taunton's trip through the NW Passage on Teleport I've thought these North Atlantic 29's were a cool design. This one might be a bit overpriced for what it is though. https://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/boa/d/1980-bounty-north-atlantic/6369887388.html
  14. Bad Company

    Also move all that weight out of the ass and get the bow down. Its a ULDB, the bow guys supposed to wear a snorkel.
  15. Gitana 17 on Foils

    I still don't understand why this is a good thing, why would you want to have one foil acting as a break against the other lifting foils? Also i can't find the post but I thought you said that Guillaume Verdier was worried about the down force loads ripping Maserati apart and that though capable it was never used in that capacity.