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Re: AC bermuda

I also agree. If we wanted to watch cycling, we could go to France and watch the Tour de France. This is Sailing and it involves adjusting sails to the wind,
DELLAL, JILANA
Jun 12
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Re: AC bermuda

Jim, I agree with all that you’ve said. We know that the AC needed a serious injection of something as to most it is akin to watching grass grow. It remains
    Patty & Chris Crane
    Jun 10
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    Re: AC bermuda

    Chris, I hope so. I also think there's room for a separate international competition, along A.C. lines, for these exciting machines as well. My problem in
    Jim Lyndon
    Jun 9
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    Re: AC bermuda [1 Attachment]

    Ha! If I wanted a paddle boat, I wouldn’t have taken up sailing. That’s what I would mean by “more traditional sailing :-) “ Jilana Dellal Sr. Product
    DELLAL, JILANA
    Jun 9
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    Re: AC bermuda

    Chris thanks for the explanation was wondering the same thing now you too can have a bike-power boat Rich On Fri, Jun 9, 2017 at 3:43 PM, 'Criterion Publishing
    Rich DeBella
    Jun 9
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    Re: AC bermuda

    Do tell what you mean by more traditional racing? Think the AC will go back to monohulls? From: Ceol_na_Mara@yahoogroups.com
      Criterion Publishing Company
      Jun 9
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      Re: AC bermuda

      The wing also needs hydraulics to operate - the trimmer only controls the "flap" attachment. They have a light system that tells them what amount of hydraulic
      Jim Lyndon
      Jun 9
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      AC bermuda

      So I’ve finally got the AC cats figured out: All teams have crew that reside inside the windward hull and are grinding away on winches (except NZL which uses
      Criterion Publishing Company
      Jun 9
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      Annapolis to Bermuda

      Your morning update on the 2017 Bermuda 1-2 fleet. Headwinds, big seas on the nose, 2 knots of adverse current mid gale, thunderbolts and lightning. Very very
      Rich DeBella
      Jun 7
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      Re: Kiwi capsize, all safe and accounted for - 35th America's Cup

      Saw the video. Bows went down and dug in. kind of a slow rollover. Thankfully not a hard pitch pole! From: Ceol_na_Mara@yahoogroups.com
        Patty & Chris Crane
        Jun 7
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        Kiwi capsize, all safe and accounted for - 35th America's Cup

        https://www.americascup.com/en/news/2634_Kiwi-capsize-all-safe-and-accounted-for.html
        Rich DeBella
        Jun 7
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        Re: CEDAR POINT

        Seamus, Thanks for sending this. I guess I’m glad I hung around home this past weekend :-) Jilana Dellal Sr. Product Marketing Manager Business DSL Product
        DELLAL, JILANA
        Jun 6
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        Re: CEDAR POINT

        Best non-TV coverage I've seen is on the NBC Sports app. On Tue, Jun 6, 2017 at 4:19 PM, 'Patty & Chris Crane' p2c.crane@... ... Best non-TV coverage
        Jim Lyndon
        Jun 6
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        Re: CEDAR POINT

        Yes, I have the AC app for my phone. I was quite disappointed after all the hype about the AC app that it is a representation of the racing, not actual video.
          Patty & Chris Crane
          Jun 6
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          Re: CEDAR POINT

          You guys watching the America's Cup? I have to admit it's proving more exciting than I expected, complete with multiple in-race lead changes. Go Kiwis! (Or
          Jim Lyndon
          Jun 6
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