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She'll be fine, Cap, just throw me some rip-stop!

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See?? I told you this is where we left it last year! Don't worry. I bought some white duck tape. Fuc*ing yard charges too much for storage anyway. We'll leave the whole boat here in a few months & viola!!

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Fucking bowman...

 

Yeah - and he hasn't realised the boat isn't under him anymore. Probably still calling for more ease in the halyards...

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Laser sailors as crew. Don't know about shrouds. Doh! Write that down for next time.

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Ohhhh...... Ohhhh Dear.....

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Fix it anarchy

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New Mast and Rigging $6000.

Dacron Main and Head Sails $7000.

 

Having a great story to tell back at the Yacht Club bar.

 

PRICELESS !!!

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Norwegian Albin Express if i recall correctly.

 

 

One of the biggest benefits of fixed concrete/iron marks: no need to protest if parts of the rig touches the mark

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Honey - I'll be home sooner than expected. Oh John? Nope he's going to be late can you let his wife know? Thanks

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I said "duck the pole" not "dip the pole"!

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These aids are not intended to assist in navigation, but rather to alert the vessel operator to a special feature or area.

 

 

Tying up to or hanging on to any navigation buoy or beacon is prohibited.

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Another superb bowman... Going above and beyond to keep the sail out of the water whilst fixing another cockpit fuckup.

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Don't give up. There are still three boats behind us. I don't want to be DFL

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I said keep the BOAT under the sails. Not the Mark!...

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No matter how hard you try.. You can't sail a mark..

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Helping the Coasties with there aids to navigation!

I think the next inspection was next week! Oooops!

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Just like the brochure said: it's a snap to unstep the mast!

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So you removed main sail, mast, and one crew member to reduce weight... that'll cost you 9 sec/mile.

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Well, it did make doing a 360 a lot easier, but I still say the WHOLE BOAT has to do 360. Where's the new rule book.

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whatever you do

 

Do Not cover the Photo-Eye That light is 600v of non GFI

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I watched Team NZ crash their wingmast into stuff the other day on facebook, made them foil and go fast, Think this is how they did it...

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Cut the number off and lets get the hell out of here!

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I'll explain it again... THAT was masthead rig... THIS is fractional rig.

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If we hurry, we can get out of here before anyone takes some pictures and posts on Sailing Anarchy...Shit.

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"Hey, honey, could you throw me a knife? There's one downstairs by the living room, probably in the kitchen."

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Go up the mast he said...Check the windex he said...It will be easy he said....DOH!!!!!

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Now that I have switched off the light, the others will sure miss the mark he he

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This exact thing happened in Newport Harbor about a year ago, except the boat was around 36-feet.

 

There was some breeze that day (I forget, but probably around 12 knots) and we spotted this boat earlier motoring around with sails furled. They were flailing about and looked like they might crash into anything at any moment. It looked like the skipper's first time driving any boat, anywhere, ever.

 

Later we saw them seriously tangled with the day beacon off Bay Island, mast broken, main torn, stuck, unable to get free. Eventually the Harbor Patrol was able to free them. The day beacon is still mangled over a year later.

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Well fuck me, I think we have seriously screwed the pooch this time. You going to tell her or do you want me too?

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The sail makers are getting more & more desperate to provide on the water service ...

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Yo Skipper! Your sails are dry, you can store them in their bags...

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Goddamn those Russki submarines, they just pop up when you least expect them!

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New sails - $5k

New mast and rigging - $15k

Crew liability claim - $250k

 

One missed streetlamp - Priceless

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scissors cuts paper, paper covers rock, rock crushes scissors, concrete iron post crushes aluminum mast... Yep..That one I need to remember...

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5 minutes earlier:

 

Sure I know what I'm doing. I can sail us close enough to that mark to reach out and touch it.

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