DireWolf

1st year Chicago Program looking for Crew - tricked out 1D35

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Dire Wolf is in its first year as a program. We are looking for eager sailors of every level who want to race. Not looking for the casual Wednesday night beer can cruiser. Specifically looking for individuals who will learn multiple positions, including driving. Rock Star ego's need not apply. We have committed to mixed crew makeup of men/Women, all levels of experience. Looking to build team to sail on multiple platforms. 

2018 season shall include: Wednesday Night Beer Can; Colors Regatta; NOOD; Waukegan Races; Queens Cup; Race To MAC; Ugotta Regatta; Verve Cup; Bi State; a few misc CASRA events. Boat is light and fast, members must be fit, and capable of moving around the boat.

Still some racing left this season, and great time to try out the program and the boat. 

This season was about learning the boat and building for the future: New Electronics, Entire new sail inventory being designed.

Contact  1d35DireWolf@gmail.com

Facebook @1d35direwolf "Dire Wolf Racing"

 

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It's a really cool boat, for anyone who is on the fence. Totally tricked out.

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Guess we should add we are a modified 1d35 boat flying mast head spins on a retractable 7' sprit, throne I some running backs for giggles. 

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that is the theory on the mods with these boats. Top of mast reinforced as they are thin. Used with the mast head kites and larger headed main

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Your post completely resonates with me, and I wish I could be more positive. I grew up on boats, my grandparents had one, and I recently started doing pit work (trimmer, grinder, etc..) during beer cans out of Montrose. I'd love to learn more on a competitive boat, it fits my personality. But, I can't commit to more than beer cans. A few weekends over the summer might work, but I can't be consistent over the season. Personal obligations prohibit. If that kind of compromise is okay with you let me know, otherwise I understand if you need to pass.

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