Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'laser'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Announcements
  • Sailing
    • Sailing Anarchy
    • Shorthanded Anarchy
    • America's Cup Anarchy
    • Ocean Racing Anarchy
    • Cruising Anarchy
    • J/Boat Anarchy
    • Multihull Anarchy
    • Fix It Anarchy
    • Gear Anarchy
    • Dinghy Anarchy
    • Sport Boat Anarchy
    • Kiteboarding Anarchy
    • Crew Pool Anarchy
    • On the Water Anarchy
    • Caption Anarchy
    • Photo Anarchy
  • Non-Sailing
    • General Anarchy
    • Political Anarchy
    • FAQ Anarchy
  • On The Water Archives
    • 2009 CST International Moth World Championship
    • 2009 Chicago-Mackinac/Super Mac Race
    • 2009 Melges 32 Gold Cup
    • 2009 Tybee 500 Adventure
    • 2009 Melges 24 Worlds
    • 2009 Charleston Race Week Presented By The US Melges 24 Class
    • 2009 Melges 32 World Championship
    • 2009 Key West Race Week presented by Quantum Sails
    • 2009 Viper North American Championship
    • 2008 Melges 24 North American Championship
    • 2008 Melges 24 Worlds from Sardinia, Italy
    • The 100th CYC Race to Mackinac
    • 2008 Charleston Race Week
    • 2008 Melges 32 Gold Cup
    • 2008 St. Pete NOOD
    • 2008 Key West Race Week
    • The 2007 21st Canada's Cup
    • 2007 Annapolis Boat Show
    • 2007 Audi Melges 24 U.S. National Championship
    • 2007 Charleston Race Week

Blogs

  • Dawg's Blog
  • UnderDawg's Blog
  • Editor's Blog
  • Media Matters Blog
  • MR.CLEAN's Blog
  • Never Sea Land
  • aargh
  • The ZoomKitty Blog
  • Sailkarma's Blog
  • sockeye's Summer of Six Meter sailing
  • GybeSet®'s Blog
  • Kaptainkriz's Blog
  • Rigging News
  • USA61@blogspot.com
  • Damp Freddie's Blog
  • gord262's Blog
  • CompleteSailor
  • USA 4 Windsurfing Campaign
  • 4695 the icemaker's Blog
  • yachtsman12's blog
  • SAAC Resources Blog
  • dogedog's Blog
  • DogWillBark's Blog
  • powdermonkey's Blog
  • BARBA SUDACA
  • What kind of licensing is needed to race on a professional level?
  • infonote's Blog
  • michael.brito's Blog
  • Rod Rigging's Blog
  • Official Sound Experience & Adventuress Blog
  • I Am Spartan's Blog
  • Snaggletooth's Blog
  • American Eagle's Blog
  • Doug Lord's Blog
  • Chaise Lounge's Blog
  • Jordan Smith's blog
  • J World Sailing
  • sun159159's Blog
  • Jaimicas' Blog
  • dfsdfs' Blog
  • Veius Breach
  • chengzi's Blog
  • St. Phoquallyall's Blog
  • fifteen0519's Blog
  • garbageis' Blog
  • spellbooks' Blog
  • wandlying's Blog
  • untidilyin's Blog
  • fishtank's Blog
  • frogspawn's Blog
  • wasnervously's Blog
  • wassnoozing's Blog
  • sayabout's Blog
  • thegardenout's Blog
  • dadknow's Blog
  • timeshut's Blog
  • meanthere's Blog
  • faintpinkish's Blog
  • encouragingly's Blog
  • emptynote's Blog
  • getshome's Blog
  • theboywho's Blog
  • whyhedoes' Blog
  • whyhedoesnot's Blog
  • withthatone's Blog
  • Racer58's Blog
  • www.sailspace.org
  • kesteloo's Blog
  • lintian's Blog
  • www.sailracing.blogspot.com
  • outnaboat's Blog
  • chorus1's Blog
  • der919's Blog
  • To the Edges of the Earth
  • dressesw's Blog
  • wufei69's Blog
  • onTraz's Blog
  • Old School Racing
  • yuer's Blog
  • christiandior's Blog
  • showyou's Blog
  • dedede's Blog
  • janeup's Blog
  • skeatesy's Blog
  • xiangli's Blog
  • cet664400's Blog
  • TheDog's Blog
  • office for you's Blog
  • jerry369's Blog
  • Duncan07's Blog
  • Duncan07's Blog
  • Radii,Radii Shoes,RAdii Sneaker
  • Marina Kai's Blog
  • Med cup Cagliari race 3
  • lindiA's Anything Goes
  • dvdsetshop's Blog
  • abbyxu's Blog
  • xudesong's Blog
  • shufang's Blog
  • zgzu301's Blog
  • nzlboy's Blog
  • popoxin's Blog
  • Rolex watches replica
  • love2share's Blog
  • oscarhuang's Blog
  • Viagra without side-effects
  • Cptnjp's3 Blog
  • lemotry's Blog
  • web-sailor's Blog
  • mbt schuhe schweiz
  • Sunglasses Warehouse's Blog
  • destinationm1's Blog
  • sodablues
  • ackchairs' Blog
  • countrydoor's Blog
  • Antivirus Software
  • Illinois Injury Attorney
  • Divorce Attorney MI
  • cbennett's Blog
  • Trading and Investing 4U
  • Decals and Stickers
  • cushioncut1's Blog
  • billpay's Blog
  • mbtgunstig's Blog
  • Tyvefojoxe's Blog
  • laylove's Blog
  • G.R.F.'s Blog
  • ooabbyabbyooo's Blog
  • Controlled Jibe
  • SpendDown's Blog
  • Norsely of Norselyham
  • benjamih's blog
  • unique baby clothes
  • AltheaR's Blog
  • Isabelle's Blog
  • WHL's Blog
  • Rebekka's Blog
  • largebattery's Blog
  • P38's Blog
  • Herbert's Blog
  • South east Michigan realtor
  • alcohol rehab ohio
  • margery's Blog
  • YuChuang Carbon Fiber Co's Blog
  • asdas' Blog
  • daniela0's Blog
  • Barraqda's Blog
  • mbtschuhe's Blog
  • Stealth - Year 1
  • recycled old dog's Blog
  • Olibian's Blog
  • frrunchecking's Blog
  • ae320's Blog
  • qwertm's Blog
  • SY Shaman's Blog
  • Gus's Bus
  • Needamast's Blog
  • lizi's Blog
  • supernew
  • mafanglin's Blog
  • zhudaxiong's Blog
  • jiuysde's Blog
  • andreaperkins' Blog
  • jenny0972's Blog
  • pevita verona's Blog
  • sailingman10768's Blog
  • cassie1758's Blog
  • lalashoes' Blog
  • lovecatzhaocai's Blog
  • Consulting Firm Houston
  • sunshine12345's Blog
  • zhangzhiwu's Blog
  • yxn8006's Blog
  • fsy012q's Blog
  • NFL Jerseys Nike Sale
  • zxfsy01's Blog
  • karmina's Blog
  • yxn0922's Blog
  • zxfsy07's Blog
  • boatcarecompare's Blog
  • Millier's Blog
  • ppteng's Blog
  • Tejano's Blog
  • cheapbeatsbydre-store's Blog
  • cactusmitch's Blog
  • xishanku07's Blog
  • kaole76's Blog
  • cheapbeatssales' Blog
  • startlife66's Blog
  • qunimei3's Blog
  • renia's Blog
  • max201212's Blog
  • cheapbeatsbydrestore's Blog
  • Celine Bag
  • celinebags' Blog
  • Canada goose online retailers usa
  • canadagoosestore's Blog
  • yayali70's Blog
  • guccibags007's Blog
  • wanghaiyan's Blog
  • Hopkinsgolf's Blog
  • Accu laptop
  • chenmillet's Blog
  • tiansd's Blog
  • kakabeatsonline's Blog
  • celinebags 2015's Blog
  • okojerseys' Blog
  • 365buyjersey's Blog
  • vwwinaonica's Blog
  • Capt ross' Blog
  • okoandroid Blog
  • Lighters And Accessories
  • stephanie19adams' Blog
  • nstat's Blog
  • farrah27faleolo's Blog
  • DSchmidt's Blog
  • youandi1420's Blog
  • Wholesale Nike Shoes
  • youthmidan's Blog
  • sophie2013's Blog
  • hainz04's Blog
  • shanon's Blog
  • jackie's Blog
  • WetHog's World
  • Vern Burkhardt's Blog
  • cecelia8899's Blog
  • neverland2006's Blog
  • Annabelle's Blog
  • sweetgrass' Blog
  • howowo's Blog
  • cheap jerseys
  • My Nauti Mind-I'd Rather Be Sailing
  • goodsean's Blog
  • joannaxiao's Blog
  • Maritime Diva
  • softwings' Blog
  • petersixplus' Blog
  • november's Blog
  • Latest crack software ftp download
  • Help Stoping The Bullying on Sailors
  • So you are here
  • Getting My Feet Wet
  • WindDancers2013's Blog
  • sailshearwater's Blog
  • Theresa Geisler's Blog
  • Power Precision Trial Factor: Sports Supplements
  • Air Max Sale - Now Up To 60% Off
  • animal onesies
  • lcmarrio's Blog
  • Male Sexual Enhancement
  • stnirvana's Blog
  • Call Emergency App
  • kingmall's Blog
  • licenciatura en derecho
  • tiendas en mexico
  • EvelynSB's Blog
  • Mistress
  • Racing Rigo
  • Restoration, Ross 780
  • workseanlee's Blog
  • Free Vimax Trial - 1 Vimax Penis Enlargement Pills
  • roho5245's Blog
  • applesuen1234's Blog
  • OSsailor's Blog
  • Bruno's Blog
  • Vimax Penis Pills
  • The Book of 1st Nicolations
  • Best Male Enhancement Pills
  • saboyi2013's Blog
  • jolleutstyr's Blog
  • kawayi1990's Blog
  • rama7706's Blog
  • Vimax Pills Results - Proven to Improve Sexual Performance
  • Sailing and Building Muscle Supplement
  • Buy Vimax Pills in Canada - Get 15% Discount
  • Vimax Pills Australia - Best Penis Enlargement Pills
  • Order Vimax Pills In Singapore - Get 15% Discount and Bonus
  • emaichah's Blog
  • Buy Vimax Pills - Special Offer 15% Discounts on Every Purchase
  • Emmamusic's Blog
  • Bravado Racing: Legend's are made, not born.
  • Turf to Surf
  • VigRX Plus Pills
  • power_precision's Blog
  • petersuen1992's Blog
  • Amblertas' Blog
  • HOT BuOYS Sailing Vessel
  • Vimax Pills
  • Best Male Supplements Free Trial: Men's Health
  • soulmansailor's Blog
  • fghjyj95637's Blog
  • Gantt's Blog
  • i550sailor's Blog
  • allparrots' Blog:Pet birds for sale
  • Captain Curran's sailing log
  • libertathiest's Blog
  • Gero's Blog
  • Mobile Phone Devices From Online Cellular Retail store
  • Mark 53's Blog
  • Kamagra für das Ergebnis der online-Kauf im Business-Segment.
  • test blog
  • Coconuts.is' Blog
  • Arthur De Dief's Blog
  • Cheesecutter's Blog
  • How not to tie a bowline
  • Bathmate
  • Crazy Bulk New Zealand - Get 2 + 1 Free
  • Iscariot's Blog
  • rudynisara's Blog
  • leosoul's Blog
  • Rockbox Blue
  • vigrxplusdiscuont
  • VigRX Plus Male Enhancement Pills
  • vigrxpluspills' Blog
  • vigrxpluss' Blog
  • pillsplus04's Blog
  • nikiherba's Blog
  • Capt. Bill's Blog
  • Periscope Followers Blog
  • Crazy Bulk Australia
  • Dinner Cruise on Sydney Harbour
  • Captain Gigi's 'Sailing Anarchy' Blog
  • Travel Discounts Info
  • Doctor-Approved Method to Make Your Penis Grow From 5 Inches to 7 Inches
  • MartinLuther
  • DASH and mixwell apparently could join Group Liquid
  • Sailing Yacht Ruby Rose
  • KeymotioN, último semifinalista entre ma Liga TyC Sports activities Aorus de CS: GO
  • Resolve open a cold a single with coldzera
  • lolgafifa
  • GAME ONLING,JUST FUN
  • crazy bulk ireland
  • Phen375 New Zealand - One of The Most Popular Diet Pills
  • PhenQ New Zealand Review - Does This Diet Pill Work?
  • PhenQ Switzerland - The best weight loss supplements
  • goldengoosesites
  • One brand that provides really taken off recently is Pandora
  • pysgoldense
  • Salvadore Auctions
  • Tips On Buying VigRX Plus Male Enhancement Online
  • buyrunescapegolds
  • valentinosalos
  • Pandora birthstone ring stackable
  • Pandora Reward Sets have made purchasing gifts pretty easy as Pandora
  • pandora rings sale
  • goldengoosesar
  • sheetmetals
  • R4PG Warmane Gold, Path of Exile Orbs, Madden Coins
  • valentinovicos
  • genolenosan
  • There are not abounding teams in the NFL
  • ecopeckgoose
  • goldengooselimi
  • Buy Madden Mobile Coins & FIFA 18 Coins
  • gomosatapis
  • xingwang 's blog
  • goldennigas
  • Jollyhers' Best Pre-Black Friday Girls Overcoats Discount
  • vigrxdelayspray
  • Wholesale Halloween Costumes
  • goldengoosevov
  • legoldengoose
  • goldengooseiis
  • Pandora Expensive jewelry This Approach to Bay Ridge
  • goldenduvusa
  • Tombola bingo app
  • PANDORA
  • Male Exdtra Singapore - Male Enahancement Pills Increasing your Sexual Health
  • Disposable paper bowl
  • You must act as if the prayer worked the moment
  • Pandora help it become exclusive for you to each female's your life
  • gooseyucul
  • Adidas nmd beige can be quite sturdy
  • goldengooselats
  • maiivalentino
  • PANDORA
  • goldengoosecini
  • valentinodiss
  • creamjarss
  • Adidas in the original pattern provides built good changes
  • goldengooseenco
  • Golden Goose Pas Cher p
  • bracelet pandora cuir 1519976 couleurs décembre
  • iCloud - hackable or not
  • goldensweethigh
  • rolex watches
  • buy cheap shoes
  • Gnf20plus
  • welcome to my website
  • Pandora Random world Classic Elegance Wedding band Store
  • goldengooseroll
  • goldengoosesena
  • Les contrefacteurs charms pandora cherchent à capitaliser
  • goldengoosenekas
  • enjoygoldengoose
  • Golden Goose Sneakers Sale feeling
  • sneakerscolle
  • Bathmate pump
  • buy shoes
  • Popular lamps
  • The Brazil forward previously won FIFA Mobile Coins
  • ysyvalentino
  • wvwvalengoose
  • Buy Exalted orbs and PoE orbs with Odealo
  • Sukanto Tanoto- A Self made Entrepreneur
  • TestoGen New Zealand - Best Testosterone Booster Reviews in New Zealand
  • FEO Takes Bermuda!
  • Penis Enlargement
  • Crazy Bulk South Africa Reviews - Buy Crazy Bulk in South Africa 2018
  • New Closer Coming WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21
  • Dating
  • XP-Pen 22E Pro Tableta Digital de Dibujo Gráfico HD IPS Monitor con Teclas Express y Soporte Ajustable
  • Crazy Bulk Puerto Rico - Esteroide anabólico superior para la ganancia muscular
  • PhenQ Chile - Píldora De Pérdida De Peso Natural
  • PhenQ Belgium - Unique Dietary Supplement
  • Crazy Bulk Sverige - Kraftfull Och Pålitlig Anabolisk Steroid
  • Crazy Bulk Sweden Reviews - Best Offer Buy 2 + 1 Free
  • Crazy Bulk - Best Legal Steroids For Sale in Afghanistan
  • PhenQ Belgium Review - Reviews, Ingredients, Side Effects and Much More
  • Cszcy
  • EA Sports apparent the face of the advancing NBA Live 19
  • BV Air conditioning & heating
  • Guys like Marcelo are abundant at CM
  • Guys like Marcelo are abundant at CM
  • Dawg
  • Digital Flight Control System for Foiling Dinghies

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Location


Interests

Found 11 results

  1. Bruce Hudson

    Absolutely, positively Laser

    Intended topics are Laser politics, governance, which at the time of creation focuses on the ILCA rule change to remover the requirement for builders to use the Laser brand; and agreement being sought by commercial parties as attempts are made to secure the Laser as an Olympic class for 2024 and beyond. The hope is that this thread will morph into topics focusing on making improvements to the Laser class. Note that there is a possibility of no longer using the Laser trademark and a name change to the class. Very few people want to stop using the Laser trademark or change the name of the class, however resolve to do so if the cost of using the Laser name is too high. This thread is started in the hope that it replaces the following threads: ILCA gives LPE the boot seeking new Laser Builder: link Lasers - Applying a Blow Torch: link The intention of giving the above name is that when this thread is linked externally like on Facebook, the thread name is displayed.
  2. After 3 years of off-season nights and weekend spent researching, designing, and teaching myself how to make plugs, pull molds, do carbon fiber resin infusion, etc., I finally took flight on my home grown Laser hydrofoils. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaEFCdkmt2JtP8G4-pEp5Qg
  3. kurthoehne

    Laser - awaiting the vote

    The ed just posted a European article on how the ILCA vote may affect Europeans, predicting "ultimate disaster." Tom Ehman softball-interviewed Farzad Rastegar of Laser Performance on Sailing Illustrated. All of this media blitz in support of LP and the European Laser sailors. And casting aspersions on the ILCA leadership. Folks, LP has not served the North or South American markets very well at all, as any Laser sailor or dealer can tell you. LP cut off Kirby and has waged war against the ILCA for a long time. I do not trust them, and when I see the vitriol directed at ILCA leadership and implicit and explicit threats of legal action it makes me think of a political social media campaign and corporate heavy handedness. It boils down to who you want on the tiller, LaserPerformance which does not give a damn about NA Laser sailing (probably not enough profit margin here compared to Europe ) and is wholly profit-driven by controlling territory and hoping for licensing fees, or ILCA, which has guided the class through 50 years and whose interest includes future generations of sailors throughout the world. I don't know how the vote turned out. Whoever knows the voting results, please share.
  4. cwjones321

    Laser Performance?

    Does anyone know the most recent status of Laser Perf.? I'm finding it really hard to get parts and sails
  5. Hi everyone. I live on Vancouver Island and am in my 60's but I'm fit. I'm 5'10" and 180lb. I had a Laser I in my late 30's and enjoyed the heck out of it. Had a cabin sailboat for awhile and, now retired, I'm wanting to get back into sailing. My budget won't allow me to keep a keelboat in a marina with all the associated costs, and I've considered kayaking, but my heart is really in sailing. It occurred to me recently that perhaps I'm not too old to singlehand a dinghy. I'm not interested in racing but would want to use the boat for fun in the harbour and for day trips with a lunch and thermos of coffee to nearby islands within a radius of perhaps 5 miles. Normal weather would be calm water up to 1-ft. chop and wind 5-12 knots or so. I'd keep it on the dinghy rack at a local marina and launch it from the dock. Therefore, the lighter the hull weight the better. I considered "beach camping" dinghies, like the Argie 15 and Chesapeake Skerry, but I don't really want a wood boat and this style of dinghy tends to be heavy and beamy. The Wayfarer and suchlike are too bulky; the 29er is probably way too challenging to learn at my age. Somewhere between those extremes in weight, bulk and manageability would be nice. Simple rigging would be nice; I don't need a trapeze. Affordability is a concern as well, especially since the first boat I buy might not be the ultimate one for me. I'd like to get something for approx. $3000 or less. I know I'm giving you a wide target to aim at, but do you have any recommendations? Would a Laser I be my best bet for starters? Is there another class boat that would work for me? Any online resources you'd recommend I read? Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks.
  6. Own a Laser? Tempted by one of the new rigs from rival builders? Use a training sail from Intensity or Rooster? Worried about splintering the class? Fear not! The Prism Class Association has been firmed to welcome Lasers of all hues. If it has a Laser hull, any rig will do. We are a broad church.
  7. I have just purchased a slightly beat up laser Hull without rig, centerboard and rudder. How much is reasonable to ask for it when I am ready to sell.
  8. onepointfivethumbs

    Ideal Youth Sailing Progression?

    With both the football Orange Bowl and the real Orange Bowl going on, I got to thinking about Junior Sailing and how classes and programs have evolved since I went through more than a decade ago. Is it headed in the right direction? Are we using the right boats? Are we setting kids up for success whose names are not Melges or Cayard? In the U.S., kids usually start out in Optis at six or seven, and either outgrow the boat around 100lbs or age out at fifteen. High School sailing is almost exclusively done in Club 420's, and high school freshmen are 13-15, while seniors are 17-19. When I coached I tried to put together 250lb combined crews, and it seems like few 420 crews weigh more than 300lbs or less than about 230. College Sailing, with a few exceptions, is done in Club FJ's, Club 420's, and Lasers/Radials. CFJ's have a lower competitive crew weight than 420's, and the high end for Laser sailors in the U.S. seems to be about 185lbs unless you live in the Gorge. A slew of classes exist as the "trainers" or "junior equivalent" of Olympic and ISAF classes: e.g. the i420 is supposed to be the feeder for 470's, the 29er/29erXX is supposed to be the pipeline to 49er/49er FX, the Nacra 15 is supposed to be the trainer for the Nacra 17, etc. What is the entry point for a 12-year old Opti kid to go down the 29er track, or the i420 track? I remember outgrowing the Opti pretty quick and spent a couple summers in FJ's before I got my first Laser a few months before my 13th birthday, but I'm also bigger than the average bear. Laser 4.7's don't really exist in Detroit at least, so what should former Opti kids sail before they're at the 110-140lbs for the Radial? Should they sail 420's first? At what point do you pull them out of the 420 and into the Radial, or do you let them keep going down that path? How do you prevent kids from becoming "skipper-only" or "crew-only" dinghy sailors? In MISSA, there are half a dozen kids on the big teams who do great roll tacks and call wind shifts and are extremely helpful to their skippers, but for whatever reason won't touch the tiller unless they have to. I've seen this continue into college as well, how good a sailor is someone who started crewing on 420's in high school, and now is a college graduate with eight years of 420 crewing experience? With foiling and multihulls, what's the entry point into that pipeline? Seems like the UFO and the Waszp are targeted as entry-level/club-level foilers to get you into the game cheaper than a used Moth, but plenty of Mothies have never touched a Waszp. I'd think that a kid who knows how to trap and fly a kite would be able to adapt to the Nacra 15, so do you end up scalping kids from the 29er->49er pipeine to do that? Seems like there are lots of great boats coming along that kids could enjoy and which will endure as OD classes, like the RS Aero. Should clubs start buying Aeros and 5/7/9 rigs so both the newly liberated Opti kids can play with the post-Laser/pre-Finn size boys? What about asymmetric hiking dinghies like the RS Feva or the Topaz Vibe? The Bic O'pen was supposed to be a nice transition out of the Opti, but it doesn't seem to be going anywhere. What are kids sailing out of college? The Zim 15 was supposed to be the ticket for that, but besides for a promotional video and one race I haven't seen anything happen. How do you expose high school and college aged kids to the "real" classes that we sail, and keep them in the sport? When was the last time you saw anyone older than 22 in a 420?
  9. Alaris

    Looking for used Megabyte

    I don’t have a clue where to even look for one. Does anyone have a line on a used megabyte?
  10. As many know, San Francisco's Clipper Cove is threatened by a developer proposal to convert the heart of Clipper Cove into a private marina, a marina dedicated exclusively to boats running 40-80 feet in length (and they would demolish the existing small boat marina dedicated to craft running 16-36 feet). Worse the local planning board recently gave the plan a thumbs up. Fortunately a resolution to protect the Cove has been introduced to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors by Supervisor Jane Kim. The resolution doesn't stop marina redevelopment/expansion in the Cove. It just sets reasonable guidelines. The resolution has been endorsed by US Sailing, Save the Bay, San Francisco Bay Keeper, Friends of the Sailing Center, and many others. Supervisor Catherine Stefani, who represents the City's northern waterfront, home to much of the City's sailing community, is in a particularly good position to help. Please consider emailing Supervisor Stefani and ask her to co-sponsor the Clipper Cove planning resolution (#180331) to protect the Cove. You can reach her at Catherine.Stefani@sfgov.org Clipper Cove at Treasure Island is a local mecca for small boat sailing and home to the City's only community sailing center. In the words of US Sailing the proposed marina "would dramatically reduce public access to Clipper Cove and significantly diminish the public recreation and educations programs operated by the Treasure Island Sailing Center, particularly the Center's youth programs. Clipper Cove, widely recognized as one of the best small boating venues on the West Coast, would be significantly and permanently diminished." A City Hall hearing on the Clipper Cove resolution is scheduled for Monday April 30. Supervisor Stefani can help send a strong message to the hearing by co-sponsoring the resolution now. To ask her to co-sponsor the resolution now you can reach her at Catherine.Stefani@sfgov.org
  11. Connor.kainalu

    Out of Control Laser

    A few months ago, I was sailing my laser in about 18kn sustained and gusting 27, and planing on a broad reach going fairly quick (spray about the height of the gooseneck) I was at the point when the rudder gets super sensitive and turns you pretty far pretty quickly, when the bow bounced off a wave, and settled back in. A few seconds after, the rudder got super heavy (it wanted to head up) and then got really light right as I started to capsize. I have absolutely no clue what happened. Any ideas?