The Hungarian Navy is still struggling with the design concept of boats that actually float.
Ever get that sinking feeling ...
Competition was tight at the "bung out" laser worlds......
Memo to production staff: I think these new Torches have a minor manufacturing flaw. Did we ever do float tests?
I like Luke's idea. Maybe not for the Worlds. But for a crazy afternoon of club sailing in the summer. Bung Out Day!
I know you trust Fox News, Fred, but there could be some truth to this acid rain thing.
Bruce, are you sure the foiling kit said the logo was meant to face upwards?
The annual Bermuda Triangle Methane Powered Regatta.
The new fiberglass manufacturing techniques proved to create slightly porous materials.
The annual Jupiter Regatta.
The month when Fred's Ultra-Cheap Laser Repairs ran out of sealant.
"Fred, you said it was this way." "NO, Bruce, I told you it was that way." "NOOOOOO NOT THE METHANE!!!!"
Fred's Ultra-Cheap Used Lasers test-drive day.
Joe, standing on the committee boat laughed maniacally, holding in his hands the results of the previous night's bung thefts.
Fred, are you sure you checked the shark warnings for today?
Okay, who thought it would be a good idea to fill the masts with concrete?!
Russel said put the lead in the king posts on the AC 72, not the lasers you @#!#@!$
Well, this is just swell!
I told you we were sailing too close to the edge Christopher!
The realisation that the foils had been attached upside down was just beginning to sink in....
A bunch of 40yo design sails :)
For the record, the photo is from Sail-World and is of day 2 of the Laser Radial Youth Worlds in Oman. Oman was supposed to be a light wind venue but on this day they had 17 knots and 2 meter waves.
The weather at this time of year is never like this.
Christopher Columbus and his crew man the lifeboats.
Did we all hit the same iceberg?!
Foiling . . . We don't need no stinking foiling!
OK Kent. I think I got your point now.
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