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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Thread goes with RP. I like it.
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Sad to hear. RP was always fun to see. Best wishes to all the families.
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Dana and the Harbor folks worked this out shortly after the event. There's supposed to be a protocol in place that covers the situation in the future. Don't know details, but basically somehow the club will handle the slip fee payments for visitors in those regatta situations. This is what we...
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Go, Grouchos!
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Current J 24 NA champ Pat Toole! Results here: http://www.sailsbsc.org/2010/Results/2010_goblin_results.html For Portsmouth, you have to trust them - no publication of any recorded times, course lengths, wind strengths used, etc. It's magic!
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Rush Street is coming.
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Go the Dogs!
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Jeez! What happened here? Did they pull in DC or Paul Cayard or something? This happens all the time, from what I can see. In fact, I've always seen it as a benefit for the crew - get some new people driving, get people sailing with other folks. Before I had a boat, it was the main way I...
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Perhaps the Farr is faster in 4-5 knots of breeze like we had Sunday.
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    From the grey jacket to the right - Pat, Matt, Kirk, Harold, Eric
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Go Rock n Roll! You guys go everywhere... and have fun...
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Goleta Beach this week. Who's going this year?
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Also from the class website:
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    From the Tempest classs website (www.tempestclass.com) THE BOAT, THE BUILDER, AND THE ASSOCIATION The International Tempest is a 22-foot, two-man, high-performance keelboat equipped with spinnaker and trapeze. It weighs little more than 1000 lbs.; its fiberglass hull weighs less than 500 lbs...
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    What needs to be done on the Knife for repairs. Is that why the main is so small the last couple weeks? Who's coming for the PHRF sailing Saturday?
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    As of Tuesday, 108 boats entered for SB-KH. Farr 40's have a class - 7 boats. Updated entry list should be up tomorrow.
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    go, Dana - Third consecutive weekend of running high-level regattas, with SB- KH this coming weekend. At 90 entries as of Friday, with more coming in. Great to have Dana to keep all this running. nice work.
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    Hey, I say bragging rights to Skian Dhu, Rock n Roll, and Rush Street for making the trip and sailing in the event. Naturally we would have all liked to win it, but a great event and a lot of fun sailing. Very un-Long Beach this year, with medium air, max about 12, mostly 8-10 knots. Catalina...
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    I tried that. My crew offered me money to put it back on.
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    Santa Barbara Sailing

    It was interesting. Everyone did it. There were some pretty short pickup times claimed. The instructions called for going at least two boat lengths before starting the recovery. Several boats claimed times in the 35- 45 second range. Probably not textbook COB recovery moves there. Dr...
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