SailfastDrinkhard

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  1. SailfastDrinkhard

    Caption Contest

    "You need a bow sprit? Don't sweat it! My old man's a television repair man he's got the ultimate set of tools, I'll fix it right up."
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    Route Halifax du St Pierre 2020

    Looking for crew spots for Halifax to St. Pierre for my wife and myself. We're 32 and 35, active sailors sailing once or twice a week, I have limited offshore experience she has none. Willing to help share costs. Have been to St. Pierre before by ferry and plane and really want to cross off this bucket list item of racing there.
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    Tropical Storm Watch 2019

    Is it a coincidence that its headed for mar a lago
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    Tracking down Hobie 33's

    that was us on Viva Las Vegas not Holy Toledo. cracked it when someone fell on it the first night and needed to keep it from flexing and actually breaking. Ripping through the gulfstream at around 15 knots sure was a good time. Would really like to do another hobie sled ride to havana.
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    Tracking down Hobie 33's

    sail number boat name owner club home town 60048 Bandit Bruce Huddleston NCYC Sylvania, Ohio, USA 46 Barbarella Jim Blakewell Oklahoma City Boat Club Okc, Ok, USA USA 32571 Best Boat EVER Than Dykstra Grand Traverse Yacht Club Traverse City, MI, USA USA 33 Hobie1 Kenobi Adam Prettyman Grand Traverse YAcht Club Williamsburg, MI, USA 77520 Holy Toledo Timothy Andrews North Cape Sylvania, OH, USA 188 Hot Knots Chuck Watson Frenchman's Bay YC Uxbridge, Ont, CAN 32304 Jonathan Swift Ron Nolan Perry Yacht Club Louisburg, Kansas, USA 41 KAOS Rich Brew Rudder Club Jacksonville, Florida, USA 31945 Myasasaur Craig & Deborah Wilusz FWYC, BBSC, SSS Fort Walton Beach, FL, USA USA 3113 MYRAGE Christian Schaumloffel StormTC HamptonYC Virginia Beach, VA, USA 31694 Pink Panther Al Michaud Monroe Boat Club Monroe, MI, USA Scott Maust in Pigeon, MI used to have one but I don't think he does any longer. Peter Hopkins has "no brakes" sail number 102 is in New Orleans LA; and there's a no longer used Hobie 33 Pineapple Express lying in New Orleans too. Steve Attard is on his third hull and sails out of North Cape Yacht Club, La Salle MI. started with "leaving las vegas" then "viva las vegas" now "rhumbline"
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    Motorcycle Threads

    didn't the driver of a sidecar rig dye on the track this last week? yes there was fatality on the mountain course, race red flagged temporarily, restarted later and still ran 3 laps. His side car rider suffered a broken ankle.
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    Motorcycle Threads

    Isle of Mann TT is on Velocity, caught episode 2 last night focusing on the sidecar race. what possesses a person to become a sidecar rider I am not sure.
  8. SailfastDrinkhard

    "National Cleavage Day"

    That's trouble of the best kind right there! Good work Sol!
  9. SailfastDrinkhard

    "National Cleavage Day"

    how do I turn myself into lettuce?
  10. SailfastDrinkhard

    J35 Anarchist

    SV... Great input. The J and T and S all rate the same.... 72. There several 'clumps' of S/35s that sail head to head. They seem to be working their way up the speed ramp! I think your right that it really comes down to the sailors, how they handle the boat and the choices about where to go on the course. That's what makes for One Design or Level racing! If we can combine the J and T and S.... and get 50% turnout at the Sr. Bay Week (Put-in-Bay, Lake Erie) we could have 13 boats on the line! True, there are 10 Schock 35's on Lake Erie and there are efforts in that class to hold OD racing at both Cleveland Race Week and the Bay. I think it would be great to grow a level class, based on my experiences on both the J and S 35s I think that over the course of a series (therefore assuming some variety in conditions) the performances would even out and make for some great racing.