Rome has a business back home that has gone gang busters as well as family life. I don't believe it was a scoff, more it was unlikely in the near future. Well, either way, he's back in the rubix cube and they have some work to do despite Jimmy's "The comeback starts here" comment.
Dear Torn of Poto Cervo,
Find yourself a few kiddies glue sticks, that should see you right as most sails are glued these days I hear. Obviously don't get the sail wet for a few hours, but otherwise you'll see no other ill effects from you rather insignificant sail damage.
Remember, if you...
Aw shit, just saw this...raced and delivered the Farr 60 Carrera up and down the East Coast of the US, a sad day to hear that Joe has passed. The Maxi was the previously Morning Glory btw. Joe and Kristal also owned a Classic called Sonny for a number of years after the Maxi.
Why not take two steps to the right, shuffle the containers and stay within the current area?
The Ineos base is on an odd spot, up the canal, but good foot traffic from the shopping centre. The one in Marina 92 (middle bottom) is an odd one too, no need to have the might of the yard at hand as...
Bloody Awesome @BP777 Good to see it transfer from 'Imagine if you will, a sheet of paper...' to a fully functioning boat, real boat. Oh and keep up the good work with Jordan and Bice on the Bar Karate!
The SuperSeries is owned by the De Vos' so no Russian connection, we'll be in Baiona as planned in May.
The 52 Brononosec on the other hand is Russian owned and somewhat crewed (Shore Crew is italian mainly, race crew has Aussies, Kiwis and Americans), so they'll be out for the forseeable future.
No way...Vamoose! Raced a couple of week nights with them when we took the IMS/IRC 52 Ptarmigan out to the lakes back in 2005. Owner was a true gent and showed us around the area and took us to dinner.
Nothing in the renderings really shows the Chase boats, despite how green, being able to haul all the crap an AC chase needs to cart around. Anyone remember the AM near sinking...crash pumps, air bags, safety diver and gear not to mention the spare/different code head sails I assume the boats...
From the live coverage last night in the build up to the race it was Schifferen's Coach laid out that course, apparently done between the Coaches by lottery draw. So, interesting conversation on the side of the slope whilst contemplating her early exit I'm sure.
I'll second the Sailrite for most stuff, however, it won't do everything you ask no triple step and is a short arm, the foot lift is limited too. It is portable and the Worker B motor is real nice and smooth. We have it for a Trailer machine for a IRC52 and it'll tackle most tasks. I haven't...