Adam decided to check out the claim on the RS Aero website that says, "The transom shape has been fine tuned to ensure that the RS Aero planes bow up." Myth busted!
Adam found out much too late that his boat was calibrated for sailing on the equator.
Adam has got to lay off the whitewater kayaking videos!
Putting the air in aero.
Aero Class Association new Class Rule that, in view of Aero's agility, touching a mark will require a One Vertical Turn Penalty
Put the bow down!
Demonstrating sailing en pointe with the Aero
The outrageous misfortune of slinging your Aero.
Always re-enter the boat via the transom after a capsize
I shot an aero into the air. It fell to earth I know not where (until now). Longfellow
Wow. Thanks for all the ingenious and hilarious comments. I was beginning to think nobody was reading my blog any more, let alone commenting on it. I guess I can always rely on a caption contest to wake you all up?Or perhaps it's the opportunity to make fun of an RS Aero sailor that inspired you all to comment. In which case, I think you are going to get plenty more opportunities this year. Today is Aero delivery day! (Again.)
Jay's comment almost made me choke on my tea.
Right bonnie. I think Jay is tied for the lead in the caption contest right now with K.Leonard's hilarious Shakespearian pun. I do have some very clever well-educated readers, don't I?
Dave quickly discovered the flaws of the Aero's revolutionary additional "z-axis" tiller