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Lost for months in the mid-Pacific

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#71 ex TL systems

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Posted 22 February 2018 - 03:30 PM

Since it’s got solar panels they could have left a few lights on , somebody may be happy to tow it in somewhere.
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Posted 22 February 2018 - 03:35 PM

what about at night - won't be lit - if a race boat hit that it would be messy!

Could be almost as messy as the last time a race boat hit another boat at night...

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Posted 16 March 2018 - 07:32 PM

Remember these girls?

Alan Block- sailing Anarchy podcast did an interview with both of them at his house in December.


It’s worth a listen if you want a story that seems pretty close to the truth. Well I believe it is. Turns out one of them knows nothing about anything, and the other is a confident and capable women that used to sky dive and race motorbikes. Google image her name. But unfortunately she knows stuff all about sailing/navigation/safety or anything boating really, I think she thought with her practical abilities she will work it all out.

She lives on another dimension from most of us. The first half is a struggle to listen to her go off into a weird rant but eventually Alan gets her back to earth.
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The grass is greenest where you water it......If light is the fastest thing. Then how did the dark get there first?


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