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From anarchist Urs in lovely Santa Barbara, CA. So many directions to go with this one. Here's ours: "After my first lesson, I quickly reached the conclusion that sailing was not my sport." What's yours?

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So, when you are trolling for SCOTW-fish, you have to get the bow just right.....

 

WWing

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From anarchist Urs in lovely Santa Barbara, CA. So many directions to go with this one. Here's ours: "After my first lesson, I quickly reached the conclusion that sailing was not my sport." What's yours?

 

 

not much to be said here, time to cut loose that line and let the crapbox go down!

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not much to be said here, time to cut loose that line and let the crapbox go down!

 

Yep, forget the caption - that old Victory was headed the right direction before they started towing it.

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The sailing school students weren’t happy about being towed in.

 

They gave the towing boat a good stern look.

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From guy wading ashore:

 

"You guys can take it, I'm walking back"

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The new Alinghi style of bow sprit has been adopted by other classes prooving the filter down benefits of the AC

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Don't worry, my old man is a television repairman. He's got this ultimate set of tools. I can fix it.

 

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"Didn't I tell you? You need a Mac 26x to reach the fourth mode!"

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".....But Dad !....I don't wanna come inside..."

 

"Son, it's past your bed time. Time to go inside and brush your teeth."

 

"....but I DON WANNA! NO! I DON WANNA! NO!"

 

"Knock it off or I'm telling your mother."

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Failing Center TFF !!!!!!!!!!!

 

and for your second lesson...how not to sink a boat

 

don't you know that "netting" is illeagal !

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4149261675_f748622046_o.jpg

 

 

Failing Center TFF !!!!!!!!!!!

 

and for your second lesson...how not to sink a boat

 

don't you know that "netting" is illeagal !

 

 

YEP !!!!!!!!!!!!! You Failed alright!

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Despite the steady 20 kt breeze my sailboat was no match for TowBoat US

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Hey I bet those guys from two caption contests back put their boat back in the water! Or maybe that dude from the last one got tired of running on the sail and picked up a tow. Is that Sea Tow?

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From anarchist Urs in lovely Santa Barbara, CA. So many directions to go with this one. Here's ours: "After my first lesson, I quickly reached the conclusion that sailing was not my sport." What's yours?

 

 

Gee, no matter how much I sheet in the main, I still seem to go backwards....what am I doing wrong coach??

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Testing for Alingi's new bow water ballast tanks. LWL doesn't take into consideration what's under the water! BEAT THAT!!!

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A bad day on the water is still better than any day in the office!

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Doug Lord's new "Jumping Foiler" on its 99th attempt with same result. Doug is quoted in the interview, "But, the numbers show it will land softly and stern first. Maybe after I add more weight to the Trapwing......."

 

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not much to be said here, time to cut loose that line and let the crapbox go down!

 

Yep, forget the caption - that old Victory was headed the right direction before they started towing it.

 

 

This gives a whole new meaning, and possibly a more appropriate one, to the tired old description, "victory at sea."

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From anarchist Urs in lovely Santa Barbara, CA. So many directions to go with this one. Here's ours: "After my first lesson, I quickly reached the conclusion that sailing was not my sport." What's yours?

 

 

Four Degrees Up Bubble! Blow Ballast! Trim Bow Planes! Rudder Amidships! Emergency Surface! Emergency Surface!

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