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Rob Lister
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Re: Classic boats

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that works out to 75 mph. fuck.

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Re: Classic boats

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What happens to someone if they were to hit open water at those speeds.

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One big slab sided wave would be the end of ya. Like slamming into a concrete wall.
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Re: Classic boats

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Fuck indeed then.

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You can lead them to knowledge, but you can't make them think.

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It's never too late, sparks:
French sailor, 73, wins round-the-world solo-race without modern instruments
  • Jean-Luc Van Den Heede spent 212 days alone at sea
  • Golden Globe race involves navigation with sextants and paper maps
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[He's the dude on the left.]

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https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/ ... solo-yacht

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Re: Classic boats

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Not the fastest anymore, we've seen.

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65 mph...
Still a bit of a brown trouser experience!
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:coolspecs:

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Wondering how many times the oldest of the old have been ripped apart and put back together again to keep them going.

Rob?
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Re: Classic boats

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sparks wrote:
Sun Feb 03, 2019 7:52 pm
65 mph...
Still a bit of a brown trouser experience!
A compilation (the image is often inverted, and the "music" better killed):


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Re: Classic boats

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How old does a boat need to be to qualify as "classic"?


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Re: Classic boats

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Not very classic, but fun: