Your kid won't become traumatized by a lunatuc sailing instructor screaming at her during sailing camp. It's just a about fun.
Versatility is the name of the game. You can throw multiple boards on the roof of your car, so they're easy to transport. You can paddle them on rivers, lakes, bays and the ocean. You can go surfing. You can practice your asanas on them. You can fish from them. You can even put a mast on one and go windsurfing. Clean up is a snap!
Hello my friend, I'd like to play with you a bit. I don't know how he managed to stay calm and continue filming. If it was me, I would have been screaming, "Mommy!" and possibly defecating in my pants. But then, I'm not a stud like Shawn.
Yes my friends, I know you're shocked. But there are things in the ocean that will eat you.
The ocean is not a kiss the fish cartoon or a playful world of domesticated seals and dolphins.It's a wilderness. So please always be aware of the conditions, your abilities and the environment when heading out into the water.
I watched a fleet of Open 5.70s sail back into the marina last week and thought, those look like a lot of fun.So this got me thinking, "I wonder if I can build something similar?" Then I remembered seeing a video a few years back on Live Sail Die showing some guys sailing Tokyo Trash Baby. I present to you, the i550, a sportboat you can build at home.
It’s a great art, is rowing.
It’s the finest art there is.
It’s a symphony of motion.
And when you’re rowing well
Why it’s nearing perfection –
And when you reach perfection
You’re touching the Divine.
It touches the you of you’s
Which is your soul.
- George Pocock