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  1. Dennis Olson 9 months ago

    We are protesting our position!

  2. Donald Wieneke 9 months ago

    I told you we shouldn’t race against the Russians.

  3. Mark L Wieber 9 months ago

    ‘Shoot’! I saw that going differently in my head.

  4. Eric 9 months ago

    I told you the Coast Guard was here not that we had to use them.

  5. Bob Marshall 9 months ago

    Roll tacking at its finest

  6. Rosann Allenbaugh 9 months ago

    No worries, the Russians are here to help!

  7. Kent Carter 9 months ago

    It’s the Coast Guard! Quick, dump the contraband!

  8. Beau Vrolyk 9 months ago

    “Skipper! Our roll tack needs a tune up.”

  9. Curtis Johnson 9 months ago

    I’ve heard sailing described as flying sideways. But this this shows the reverse does not apply to flying.

  10. Richard 9 months ago

    Ease the sheet, got a little weather helm!

  11. Vickie Gilmour 9 months ago

    I said go to the high side!!!

  12. Mark Caplin 9 months ago

    Rail-meat, stop pulling before you become become shark-bait

  13. David Henry 9 months ago

    Which one of you wanted to use the main as a hammock?

  14. Peter Bennett 9 months ago

    I think we have a little too much weight on the port side.

  15. David Cohan 9 months ago

    The protest flag may well be merited, albeit a bit too late to do much good.

  16. David R 9 months ago

    Hmm, no response from the rudder. Well, who’s got the sandwiches?

  17. Jim Conger 9 months ago

    Why is that idiot still holding on to the tiller?

  18. Joe Meyers 9 months ago

    Overall, it was a good tack, but not a great tack.

  19. Bill Barton 9 months ago

    You’re still pinching!

  20. Max Crittenden 9 months ago

    Skip, I don’t think you can protest your own crew.

  21. Bob Mirabal 9 months ago

    We’ll do anything to avoid a “safety inspection”.

  22. Peter Detwiler 9 months ago

    “Oh Lord, stuck in Tuzla again…” (with apologies to Credence Clearwater Revival.

  23. Cecile Scheedes 9 months ago

    ‘Sorry guys, I meant on the rail on the other port.

  24. Kris timmons 9 months ago

    Let’s see if the coast guard is paying attention.

  25. Bill 9 months ago

    We’re still getting lifted, but the tillers gone light, ease the traveler a bit mo…no!

  26. milly Biller 9 months ago

    Are they protesting their current situation ?

  27. Steve Phillips 9 months ago

    No worries, guys! I’ve still got the tiller!

  28. Doug Gibson 9 months ago

    Lets see… incline angle of 90 degrees, mass on rail of about 250 kg. I think we have sufficient data to calculate
    stability. Now, to determine our Dellenbuagh angle, we just need to …

  29. Donn R Westmoreland 9 months ago

    GUST!

  30. Glenn Schuster 9 months ago

    Let it out. Let it out. LET IT OUT!!!
    – heard from my Captain to the winch crew while I was on the foredeck standing on the toe-rail in a similar position…

  31. Al Garnier 9 months ago

    Hey guys! I’ve got no steerage!

  32. Doug Thorne 9 months ago

    Hold my beer….

  33. Tony Chargin 9 months ago

    We should have gone skiing in Sarajevo

  34. Jen Wilks 9 months ago

    Novel way to get some shrimp for the Post-race Barbie!

  35. loose cannon 9 months ago

    Oh FFS, there HAS to be a better way to get a plastic bag off the keel.

  36. Marcos McGee 9 months ago

    Keep the boat flat vertically, not horizontally!

  37. Debbie Jackson 9 months ago

    I know I said I wanted to get my feet wet, just thought there was another way….

  38. Kevin Roesler 9 months ago

    Do you think the Coast Gaurd saw us wipe out?

  39. Brian Richards 9 months ago

    Did you guys close the port side port lights?

  40. Dave Peterson 9 months ago

    OK the bilge water is spilled overboard, now let’s get this boat back up on the foil. Who forgot the bucket?

  41. Cinde Lou Delmas 9 months ago

    Come on boys, I said weather side!

  42. Rob Falconer 8 months ago

    I always tell Cap’n he takes the Horn too fast

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