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Dude

Member Since 26 Dec 2003
Offline Last Active May 04 2016 04:00 PM
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In Topic: anarchy, the good samaritans

27 April 2016 - 10:47 PM

Scot, I think I know where we lost 15 seconds that race?


In Topic: anarchy, the good samaritans

27 April 2016 - 10:38 PM

 

Reads like we have the winner of the http://www.ussailing...-rescue-medals/      Thats quite the crew you had onboard, sailed with Mel to Hawaii last year. Just wish we could have hung on to you guys in the breeze.

 

Regards

 

Len Bose

Horizon

 

len - the boys deserve it. but us sailing giving anything to a boat associated with me? over jack gerhart's dead body.

 

The boat, the boys, the press= good stuff for sailing.


In Topic: anarchy, the good samaritans

27 April 2016 - 07:00 PM

Reads like we have the winner of the http://www.ussailing...-rescue-medals/      Thats quite the crew you had onboard, sailed with Mel to Hawaii last year. Just wish we could have hung on to you guys in the breeze.

 

Regards

 

Len Bose

Horizon


In Topic: N2E wheather - Mark What's the scoop?

20 April 2016 - 02:25 PM

From my arm chair it looks rather simple this year. Rhumb line and once you get a little past San Diego decide if there is enough pressure on the inside. Hoping to finish before 3:00 AM on Saturday?


In Topic: Vallarta Race - SDYC

17 February 2016 - 03:31 PM

"K Mag gets ready to get real…" 

 

K Mag seems quite subdued in his report of the upcoming Puerto Vallarta race? Let me see if I can ad a little seasoning to his report.

 

Over the years I have written a lengthy descriptions of my predictions on who are the favorites and why. This year I am pleased to report

aboard the Santa Cruz 50+ Horizon "We are ready." 

 

My prediction is that three boats, out of Fridays start, will jump out in front and will have a fierce battle down the coast. This will be an epic battle with the lead changing many times.

Make sure you check in with the yellow tracker four times a day.

 

Only one thing to keep in mind while racing down the Mexican coast "It's never over to the fat lady sings." Our competitors have made this race one for the history books and for that I thank you.

 

Len Bose

Horizon