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August 22, 2007
Wet & Wild RIB Gathering!
It was a made to order day for RIBs; sunny, 70 degrees, 20-25 knots of breeze, and 3'-4' seas. Our RIB Rendez-Vous on Saturday was a great success and lots of fun. 10 RIBs gathered in Marblehead and en masse we headed out of the Harbor in a scene that Dan Tucker mentioned was reminiscent of Apocalypse Now. As we made our way to Boston, a small craft advisory was issued and the area yacht clubs cancelled the day's sailboat races due to too much wind. The day was definitely a testament to RIBs. With the 3-4' waves and strong steady breeze, there wasn't one of us who were dry by the time we made it into Boston (less than 40 minutes I may add). As we sat and ate our picnic lunch at the Courageous Sailing Center in the heart of Boston Harbor, we all agreed that we couldn't wait to get back out there but couldn’t imagine doing...
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August 08, 2007
RIBCRAFT Continues To Be At the Center of Sailing Programs and Regattas Around the Country This Summer
From California to New Jersey and Texas to Wisconsin, every day there are coaches teaching children how to sail from their US SAILING RIBCRAFT 15 and and race committees setting marks from a RIBCRAFT mark boat. The following partial list of clubs and sailing programs use their professional grade RIBCRAFT RIBs every day for race management and junior sailing.
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