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  1. Nacra 5.0 - Likely The Last Video Before The Lake Freezes
  2. Musto LPX for offshore racing

    I'm doing Newport- Bermuda next year and was wondering if the Musto LPX GTX Jacket would be enough to get me there dry. I was thinking of doing an LPX Jacket with the MPX Trousers.
  3. Hi, Im new to this forum but I have an important question to ask those experienced in sailing/boating/etc. My new boyfriend, who owns and directs the biggest boat brokerage in the city, has recently been introducing me into the world of boating. It might sound kind of vain to ask such a question but I'm curious to know how much he is earning as I know we will be discussing it at some point and I want to be prepared. All I really know is that his brokerage sell all types of boats from simple boats to mega yachts.
  4. I decide to sell "Lets Live"!!! A big decision but one that I made quite easily. I just want something a little faster and newer that I don't have to fix up quite so often. As so often happens with me, I had already met the buyer on a previous trip. His name is Russel, a Kiwi and a beginner in the sailing game. I am very confident that "Lets Live" will be a great boat for him, as she was for me the last 3 years. I agree to deliver the boat to him in Townsville. Along the way I stop at some pretty amazing places and have the best final leg. New adventures coming soon as I search for and buy my next boat. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aP-c-PivvQ
  5. Nacra 5.0 Hot Dog'n In 10-15kts

    A wee bit of hot dog'n in 10-15kts. Enjoy... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWlPFKzIxTA
  6. When the boat breaks

    I set off from Townsville with the goal of spending a month in the Louiseiades then over to the Solomons.I didn't make it very far! A broken chainplate forced me to sail to Cairns for repairs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGfGpFdWafs&t=1s
  7. Viper 830 vs pocket rocket 22 vs melges 24 vs martin 243 vs martin 241: Where I race it's generally light conditons for 9/12 months but during the winter racing season it's 20+ knots. Any suggestions on a good all round sport boat that can race in both conditions.
  8. Hi, I'm a 31 year old single dad of a twelve year old daughter and I'd love to add sailing to our lives. It looks fun and I think I'd really enjoy it plus it would get my child off the phone and away from her tablet. What I'm looking for is advice on what to get. I live in the Chattanooga, TN area less than an hour away from the Soddy Daisy Lakes which is part of the Tennessee river which is where most of our sailing would more than likely be. I'm currently debating on getting an overnight sail boat with a cabin or just getting a day sailor at first to learn on and decide if it's something I want to pursue. Though I would love a bigger sale boat I would probably have to get one that can be pulled on a trailer because I don't think I'm okay with paying a slip fee, I can pay a boat off but a sip fee never ends. One question I have about getting a cabined sailboat that can be trailored is what's the bathroom situation, can any cabined sailboats small enough to be trailored have a head? If not what would be the alternative. Or am I better off sticking with a day sailor and if so what are your recommendations. For a day sailor I wouldn't pay more than $1,200, for a cabin boat I might go as high was 5 or 6 tops.
  9. Thanks Bob Perry

  10. So, some of you may remember my post over on SA looking for a "dirt cheap boat" I bought a Pearson 28, but it ended up having more serious rigging problems than I thought, and I sold it to some enthusiastic and apparently rich Vancouverites for a grand total of 650... $50 profit! Spent most of my money buying a Pearson 26 for $1200 that is in much better condition, by the name of Amrak. She doesn't have even an outboard, but has solid rigging and a half- decent set of sails. The interior is much better too, and this one has a heater (although it is kerosene :/) Oh, and I also now have a little cat.... she's a spiteful little shit, but I still love her. She was going my the nickname "Crack Kitty" in reference to her past life as a crack house rescue.... but I've renamed her "Mistral". She's been adapting well to the boat life, and loves to hiss at the local swan and prowl around the foredeck in the evenings. I'm thinking since I'm within a few hundred of being bankrupt, and don't have anything better to do, I'll head north.... to Haida Gwaii, maybe? I was gifted a survival suit that actually fits me, and nabbed a set of charts (albeit 1975 charts) from the Pearson 28 before I sold it; they cover all the way up the inside of Vancouver Island and almost to Haida. Just installed a battery today (another friendly gift from someone who was replacing theirs), and hopefully I can get the old depth sounder and VHF working at some point. I guess I need a solar panel or something to keep that charged I'd love to have a small outboard (Even, I guess, a 3 horse would push this along into a harbour or in a dead calm), but no such luck so far.
  11. Some sailing action from last Sunday. A great day for sailing and hanging out with friends. Enjoy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gx3ucvEV7pI
  12. Hi everyone, with numbers more and more declining for the major events all over the globe, I was wondering what makes people attend races? I want to do a survey on this and want to include different factors to better understand how strong these factors influence the decision to drive to an event. So first of all, I try to identify the most common factors and was hoping that you would give me your thoughts on this. So far I was thinking of the following factors Distance to Travel Average Wind Speed at Event Venue Expected Fleet Size Number of Groups (Divisions) Expected Weather (Air and Sea Temperature) Entry Fee Sea vs. Lake Venue Event Integration Event Importance (National, Continental, Worlds, Series) Hotel/Accommodation Costs Any other factors that come to your mind? Any help is really appreciated. As I plan to send my insights to ORC to help them improve race planning, any support might help us all having better attended events in the future. Cheers!
  13. Want to crew on a boat

    I'm a 41-year-old male. Been traveling since the age of 17 I don't have any sailing experience. But, I'm eager to learn. I'm interested in joining a boat as a crew-member. Preferably something long-term (at least 2 or 3 months, but preferably up to 1 or 2 years) About me : born and raised in Helsinki, Finland. Been traveling since the age of 17. By profession, I'm a Software Engineer. Been doing this for 18 years now. I love nature. I love the outdoors. Most of all, though, I love to travel. I've been to a lot of places (a few times for work, but mostly for fun and sight-seeing). I've been all over North, South, and Central America, Europe, China, India, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, South Korean, Singapore, Japan, and Australia. I am also yet to explore some a few other places in Asia, but that's in the works My second-favorite hobby is cooking. International cuisine is my passion. I love to be creative in the kitchen. :=)) My favorite cuisine is Asian. In particular, Thai and Korean (last year, I spent 3 months in Korea, learning how to cook their dishes. I couldn't get enough of it :)) I speak 5 languages: English, French, Russian, Finnish and Spanish.
  14. AC45s For Sale

    America's Cup Event Authority is listing 2 x AC45s made by Core Builders in NZ. This comes with a tent, moorings, crane, shore handling gear and some spare parts (including North Sails sails). Each boat is currently packed in 2 containers in Bermuda; one for the hull and one for the wing. Please submit an offer in a direct message. Thanks for your interest and support of the 35th America's Cup.
  15. We will be moving our new to us Downeaster 45 from Blaine, WA to Los Angeles in early August this year and I am beginning route planning for the trip.After doing some basic research here and in various books (e.g. World Cruising Routes), it seems as though we have two main options. Head out to sea then turn south or hug the coastline in case we need to pull into port (knowing that we would encounter more traffic, crab pots and sand bar entrances).I am leaning towards staying somewhere around 30nm off the coast and making as few stops as possible. I am really only planning on stopping in San Francisco so we can do a crew change, resupply and have family visit us mid-trip before continuing on to Los Angeles. Is this a reasonable approach? If so, does anyone have some suggested waypoints for navigating this passage?We plan on sailing Blaine to Port Angeles the first day, then continuing on when the tide and weather cooperate for a departure from the Strait of Juan De Fuca. We will have ~6 people on board for each segment of the trip. I would love to hear any suggestions on the route, waypoints or really anything else that may assist our voyage.
  16. Sailing and fitness

    So back in the days there was, and to some extent still is, the idea that sailing isn't a sport, because it doesn't require real fitness. Obviously especially dinghy sailors knew that this wasn't really the case, although the training that was required to be an Olympic champion in the 60s probably pales to today's standards. I feel that there still is a bit of the old stigma, that sailors need to prove that they're athletes and I think this is bad for the sport, Especially in the new foiling cats and many offshore boats, where instead of seeing and improving potential design flaws that would make the sailing easier, you kind of embrace the idea of having a super fit crew. In box rule boats, this is probably harder to fix ...And also would I want to hear stories about past champions who were super unfit and lived very unhealthy, just for nostalgia......
  17. The Pulse 600 Saved My Life

    Well, the new trimaran by Corsair saved my sailing life anyway... In short, I found myself without a fleet in my early 40's asking the question "what's next?". I learned to sail at age 7. I won my first national championship at 11, was a four year letter at USMMA with a few national titles in hand by graduation in 1997. After college, like many others, I continued to sail lasers and V15s though many of my fellow collegiate sailing competitors went into full time Olympic campaigns. I qualified and competed in the Olympic Trials in 2000, 2004 & 2008 to showcase how much better the full time campaigners became over the years. For my personal fleet, I traded usage of an S525 for a J22 along the way and raced it for 13 years. I ended up with a J30 that my wife and I enjoyed overnight cruising on but now with three kids, two boys 9 & 6 and a girl now 3, the contentment and solice the J30 brought my wife and I does not quite do it for all of us. One day about three years ago, the owner of the J22 Green Flash called requesting his boat back. We originally traded boats because we were both moving simultaneously, I left my boat where it was in Port Arthur for him to use, he left the J22 in Houston for me to use. Sadly, I delivered Green Flash back to Port Arthor and the two of us decided I would donate the S525 along with some cash from him to the sea scouts. I looked around for a new fleet and was not pleased with the state of the sailing world. It was the new age of the handy sport boat with new fleets popping up every six months. I went to a regatta that had 8 fleets of sport boats under 30 feet none of which had more than 6 boats and I could only think "this could be an awesome regatta with 50 boats on the line but instead it is a whole bunch of mini-regattas going on simultaneously, yipee, what is wrong with this picture?". I had no intention on waiting for one fleet to take over the others which may take years and didn't care to buy a boat that propaganda dictated "that's where the competition is going." Watching the sport get stretched so thin was depressing and, frankly, I just wanted to go sailing again, have fun and go fast. After much research, I bought the Corsair Pulse 600 last spring and can't say enough good things about this boat. I have raced it with my family of five, single handed and with an experienced crew or two . I have hit 25 knots with three experienced crew and I have returned to port at 19 knots with my 6 year old attempting to do flips on the windward trampoline. One Friday afternoon, I left the office, splashed the boat left the dock at 2:45, went sailing came back put the boat away and left for home at 5:07 after logging 21 miles of blasting around Galveston Bay in my button down shirt and slacks. For the first time in a long time, I am excited about just going out for a sail. The boat is fast while staying within the envelope of control and comfort. Over the last year I have had the opportunity to push the limits of the Pulse 600 and have become more pleased with my decision to purchase it each time. The boat rounds up when it should and plows through pitch-pole situations just as the designers intended. It weight 992 lbs rigged and trailers at 90 mph with no problem. You can take my word this boat is fast and easy or check this out this fast replay of the Galveston Bay Cruising Association's Rum Race #2, an 11.3 mile, staggered start with fast boats starting last and everyone theoretically finishing the triangle course at the same time. TEAM AMERICA 142 is the green track leaving the dock when the first boat is rounding Mark #1. https://www.facebook.com/chadtroywilson/posts/10213254384977377?notif_t=like&notif_id=1497797056038278 And a first attempt of some on board footage, admittedly not the best but it doesn't suck either So the message here goes to all those Anarchist who may be contemplating suicide of their sailing life, THERE IS HOPE and it is the Corsair Pulse 600.
  18. Have you seen the 2017 European Power Boat of the year? Check it out http://www.bluenoseyachts.com/blog/2017-european-power-boat-of-the-year-bavaria-motor-yacht-e-40-hybrid/
  19. Hi, I'm sailing a large regatta out of SDYC in mid-July. It is in the ocean near Point Loma, in FJs, and I hope to win it. In my previous experience, it's always been a tricky venue and I've never won there before. I know that if I know what to look for, I can succeed. How have you done well in San Diego? What should I look for to sail well? I would appreciate anyone's help. Micky
  20. Is this possible

    Hey everyone, I'm new to the community and long gone from the sea. Growing up on the water I've become a full-blown city dweller. I came across this video and am wondering how likely it'd be for someone to replicate (http://bit.ly/2qIlFBo)? Know there's lots of steps to take before even coming close to these two but is it even feasible? Or were they just a lucky duo?
  21. Hi, I just uploaded my new video about my Tayana 37 cutter refit : A short story of a Tayana 37 cutter called "Cookelu meu" part 1 (http://youtu.be/q0LxWJm0B4I) You are welcomed to view it. Panos
  22. Anybody know any details on this?
  23. low friction rings VS shocks

    hi ive heard a lot of people talking about low friction rings, and they sound really good. i use Ronstan shocks on my 29er a bit for bungee. where would shocks be better than low friction rings, and vice versa. also, why? thanks harry
  24. Sailing La Vagabonde

    This exciting free online sailing video of a couple who follow-the-sun around the globe from Greece, Australia, Turkey, and the rest of the seven seas