Of course I read it, and yes SOCIABLE did risk their lives - it is the first rule of the sea to come to the aid of a distressed sailor. This rule imposes upon us all a responsibility to one another. I am in no way suggesting that WINGNUTS intentionally risked anyone's life, but as it turns out, that is exactly what happened.Do read what you post before putting it out there?
I don't want to exclude anyone, but is it reasonable to expect a crew like SOCIABLE's to risk their own lives because a boat was not adequately prepared or suitable for the race? It's one thing to risk one's own life, but another thing to risk ten others......
wingnut may have not been ideal for a mac, but to exclude them you would need to exclude all the multi's also.
Any vessel that went to the aid of Wingnut's crew did so voluntarily, they assessed their skills and the conditions and determined that they could be of assistance. Wingnut's crew did not "risk" ten other lives.
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