Y' know, every now and then I think you might like to hear something from us Nice and easy
But there's just one thing You see we never ever do nothing Nice and easy We always do it nice and rough So we're gonna take the beginning of this song And do it easy Then we're gonna do the finish rough This is the way we do proud mary And we're rolling, rolling, rolling on the ocean Listen to the story I left a good job in the city Working for the man every night and day And I never lost one minute of sleeping Worrying 'bout the way things might have been Big wheel keep on turning Proud mary keep on burning And we're rolling, rolling Rolling on the ocean Cleaned a lot of plates in memphis Pumped a lot of tane down in new orleans But I never saw the good side of the city Till I hitched a ride on a riverboat queen Big wheel keep on turning Proud mary keep on burning And we're rolling, rolling Rolling on the ocean If you come down to the ocean I bet you gonna find some people who live You don't have to worry if you got no money People on the ocean are happy to give
Say goodbye to the Somali pirates revenue stream. I wonder if these technological wonders will have the capability to launch killer flying drones?
Coming soon to an ocean near you. Funny thing, in order to achieve crewless vessels, the eggheads are going to have to load these ships with miles of wires and a lot of electronics. Hello, corrosion! Talk about a moist robot. So good luck with that guys.
"I know what it is to gently heel the boat and feel it come up towards the wind steering the boat with the smallest movement of a leg. I have also experienced the pleasure of fine reaching in four inches of water and felt the bow wave lift me over a sandy spit." - Dylan Winter
No rudder, centerboard, daggerboard or leeboards, can clear 4 inches and steers with your leg. Bloody brilliant!
How much is that kayak in the window? The one with the waggly tail How much is that kayak in the window? I do hope that yakky's for sale
That'll be 15,000 smackeroos! What....did you say 15,000? What's wrong, you got cotton stuck in your ears? Yeah, I said 15,000 bucks.
Introducing Kayak 1
The ﬁrst product from McLellan Jacobs, a lightweight, single person recreational kayak.
Kayak 1 is built in carbon ﬁbre by America’s Cup boat builders in New Zealand, with timber detailing made by the country’s most highly regarded furniture maker.
In addition to a gloss carbon ﬁnish, gold plated brass ﬁttings, and teak timber work, Kayak 1 can be ordered in colours, materials, and ﬁnishes to suit one’s requirements, making it a truly bespoke product.
Kayak 1 strikes an exquisite balance between contemporary materials and form, and traditional nautical styling.