19 Comments

  1. PJ 4 months ago

    Sail submarine

    • Pat Broderick 4 months ago

      Who needs to foil when they can submarine?

  2. Paul D 4 months ago

    Darn Sinkholes!

  3. Kelvin D. Meeks 4 months ago

    “Rig for Silent Running!”

  4. Robert Sayles 4 months ago

    He’s going faster than hull speed.

  5. Andy 4 months ago

    Just a little bit more freeboard would be nice…

  6. Mike Zint 4 months ago

    Once again, Jason’s wife pointed out that he had failed to read the instructions and installed the new bilge pump backwards.

  7. Gary Green 4 months ago

    Lowriders…. drive a little slower…

  8. J. 4 months ago

    I bought enough beer to last the whole trip.

  9. Bill Huber 4 months ago

    A rising tide lifts (almost) all boats.

  10. Peter Adams 4 months ago

    Never get into a life raft unless you have to step up!

  11. Gus van Driel 4 months ago

    How low can you go!

  12. John Cloonan 4 months ago

    Well, that’s just swell!

  13. Tom W 4 months ago

    For sale- Lowfreeboard 30. 150 Genoa, lazy jacks, serviceable anemic 4. Can be a bit wet. Best offer, or trade for Downeast 32.

  14. Richard Briles 4 months ago

    Dive! Dive! Level off at periscope depth!

  15. Adrian Stanway 4 months ago

    Wilbur had been sceptical about climate change. Now he had experienced rising sea levels for himself he was finally convinced.

  16. Paul Brogger 4 months ago

    Hey: Sail trim is fine — take a look down here!

  17. Scott Henry 4 months ago

    Testing the new sail-powered submarine — so far, so good…

  18. Jim Nisbet 4 months ago

    “Hey, look! There’s _Sea Level_!”

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