Back to the Hudson, 9/7/2019
11 hours ago
|Joe Bousquet||1,3,1,1,1,,1||Swiss Dunand|
|John Zseleczky||3,2,3,3,3,1,||Y2K Mistral|
|Zach Balluzo||4,5,5,5,4,5,||Y2K Mistral|
|George Albaugh||5,4,6,4,7,4,||Europe Wood (Gen I winner)|
|Erik Albaugh||7,6,4,,8,7,4||Olympic Europe (Gen 1)|
|Sam Moncia||,7,8,6,6,6,6||Olympic Europe (Gen 1)|
|Dan Janeway||,8,9,9,9,9,5||Ventnor (Vintage winner)|
|Bill Boyle||10,10,10,10,11,10,||Abbott (Vintage)|
|Don Hewitt||11,11,12,11,10,,11||Connecticut (Vintage)|
|C. Hatcher||13,13,,12,13,12,7||Post Ara (Vintage)|
"Thus the subject design, the Nesting Expedition Dinghy. At 10'6" x 42", it's designed to be the smallest possible boat that will sail and row well, sleep a single person, and carry a week's worth of supplies. The bow and stern are removable, and stow in the 6-1/2-foot middle section. At worst, I can stash it in my little garden shed. At best, I can ship the thing to Europe to cruise the French canals."For a more complete description of Pingu Click here.
"The moment of truth before a full blooded, square-run gybe on a Sailfish. The bow wave almost level with the deck, a hand full of mainsheet, knees braced, tiller angled behind the back, ready to fling the boom across while remembering to hit the deck as the boom whistled across, all the while hoping that a sudden gust didn't arrive just as you heaved on the main sheet ! It was even more fun in a Sailfish as there was nowhere to brace yourself so... get it right!! or slide off the deck into the deep blue... laughing!Ninety something, Jack Carroll, one of the original designers of the Sailfish, got out in his original Sailfish, Debonair.