Wednesday, September 08, 2010

2 Days Until Laser Masters World 2010



What?

Only two days?

I'd better get going.

See you later.

24 comments:

bonnie said...

Break a leg!

Tillerman said...

Broke a mast yesterday. Does that count?

Joe said...

I have an old Banshee mast you can have for free. (Why do I feel like I'm the guy who bought a Betamax?)

Godspeed sir!

Tillerman said...

Thanks Joe and bonnie.

Andrew said...

Have fun at Sandy Point. Wish I was there with you.

JP said...

Good luck, hope you don't break anything else, and welcome back to ol' Blighty.

O Docker said...

Good luck.

You have an advantage over most of the international competition.

You'll be able to find the jibe mark, no matter how they spell it.

Sam Chapin said...

Take notes so you can tell us all about them races and people and waves and wind and food and drink and what you will do different next year.

Oh, yes, count the mommy boats.

Tillerman said...

Oh yes, Sam. I will take notes. I find it difficult to compose interesting blog posts while at these events, so I don't even bother to take my computer. But I take notes every evening and mull things over and sooner or later blogging ideas emerge.

my2fish said...

good luck tillerman! hope you have a great time.

my2fish

Pat said...

Get moving fast.

Smilicus said...

Good luck, if need another boat, I have an old bath tub with a broomstick for a mast and an old towel for a sail.

Usually faster than the laser in False bay

Frankie said...

...and win!

Antolin said...

best of luck Señor Timonel!! remember good starts, clean air, drive to the mark!

Fred said...

Good luck Tillerman!
Mast und Schotbruch
Smooth Sailing!

Tweezerman said...

Good luck and enjoy those apres race beers with all those old friends you catch up with at large events.

Pandabonium said...

Best of the British.

Brent J. Burrows II said...

Good luck!!! I'll be following closely

Pat said...

"Gusty winds to 40 knots and waves breaking across the bar in the morning forced the cancellation of racing yesterday at the Laser Masters World Championships off Hayling Island Sailing Club GBR"

Sounds rough! Hope you and the boat are okay and good luck moving up the rankings and keeping it all together.

bonnie said...

yow!

Definitely sounds like time to retreat to the pub!

O Docker said...

If waves were breaking even in the bar, no wonder they cancelled.

The British are usually quite cautious about where they place their pubs.

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Pat said...

After a couple of days canceled for too much wind, more moderate winds seem to have arrived. Four races are now in the bag and is that what they'll use to split the fleets?

Pat said...

It sounds like the Laser Master Worlds was brutal to strange. Let's hope for much better luck in San Francisco next summer.

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