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  1. Some of my old sailing photos 2

    Exactly. It looks run of the mill now, but look at other race boats from 1978 and you can see what the big deal is
  2. Some of my old sailing photos 2

    Is it just me or is the guy in the wipeout pic bench pressing the fucking tiller?
  3. J/88

  4. Some of my old sailing photos 2

    These two threads must be in the running for the greatest collection of sailing photos of all time
  5. Some of my old sailing photos 2

    Beautiful boat. Hard to believe that it was home built in West System. Robin Absolutely gorgeous boat, care to elaborate any more info on it?
  6. J/111 Goes Sailing...

    This seems to be the picture painted by the various distance racing 111's around who have experienced hard reaching conditions with a kite up such as Blast in the Marblehead to Halifax Race (who rounded up numerous times in 12 kts just off the beam while trying to carry a kite), the account above and my personal experience with the boat. Apparently they broke their rudder, although I guess it wasn't fitted properly from the factory