Depends where on the lake. I had to repeatedly break 3 - 4" ice encapsulating the boat at Captains Cove.Great. Went to bed just a normal guy looking for advice and woke up a cheater.
Lake Ray Hubbard in Texas. We had a hell of a freeze back in Feb, but the lake never froze over.
No way would I try to fix this myself. Leaving it to the professionals. My wife (aside from having great tits) makes good money. So, all good there!
You ever comin back to DAGO ?Bottom was clean. Good divers are hard to find in these parts. I like our guy. Just don't think he understands sailboats.
Funny thing is we never noticed a pointing problem. Just slow. Really slow.
I've been floating around SA since close to the beginning. I, as well as my wife, laughed at the tit request. Guess we need to grow up too.
We lost by 1 Hour and 15 minutes. The dude that won the race was Jeff Progelhof. Current J22 World Champion skipper. So, I think we will still have our work cut out for us once we get this all figured out.
Fred has been contacted.
The boat has been sailing with a lifting dagger board since it's inception. It is explicitly allowed in class racing, and there is no rule explicitly states you can't lift it in handicap racing. That is the way it has been rated in every handicap system. It is no different than Tartans with centerboards, or any other boat that has a feature like that: the handicap accounts for it. This is not a lifting keel designed to only lift for transport. It is a lifting key designed to be raced up or down.random. said:What local rules allow lifting the board?
could a keel with water stored in Up position in Freezing weather freeze said waterShe was in the water on A Dock at RCYC. It's about 35 feet deep there. The damage to the keel would have been about two feet or more down.
How's the top look, especially where the tang goes through?The keel was all the way up when we retrieved the boat on a ramp. The crane was used to lift the board out of the boat while the boat was on the trailer. So, no, the crane did not do this.
Also, as stated above, we dove the boat while we were rafted up on the lake with friends and discovered the damage then. So...
Here's a little tidbit that helps with what Sail4beer says above. I crawled under the boat today and inspected the hull where the board exits. It is clean and shows no scratches or gouges that would more than likely be there if the repeated lifting and dropping of the board was the reason for the peeling off of the skin. In fact the bottom paint looks perfect all around the board groove.