Upgraded from Prindle 16 to P19...
- After the very first ride on my Prindle 16 I knew I'd made a mistake.
The boat was too small.
It's a great little boat. Very fun. But I weigh 230lbs and my brother
(who I want to take sailing) weighs 240.
After about 20min on the Prindle 16 I knew she was too small.
I drove 900 (1,800) round trip from Seattle to San Jose, CA to pick
up a Prindle 19 last weekend.
I haven't taken the P19 out yet. It looks okay and at $1,400 I think
I got a decent deal. Too early to tell probably. Honestly though,
after the stress of getting the boat home I really don't want to
think about sailing for at least a week or two.
Sitting in the parking lot you can instantly tell the difference
between the P16 and P19. Not only is that P19 larger of course, but
whereas the P16 was a cute and curvy little boat... the P19 is sharp
and blunt (if you can be both at the same time). It looks very
intimidating. All business if you know what I mean.
Welp, I'll have to drop a line here when (and if) I survive my maiden
P19 drag race.
- Sounds like we need a beachcats union.
----- Original Message -----
From: "hobiegary" <hobiegary@...>
> 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. for a sailor, his boat, his trailer, and his
> delivery to and from (outside of the proscribed hours). All that
> for only 300 bucks? Wow, what a deal!
> So, no counting the break-down, trailering to, set-up, break-down,
> and trailering home, and setting it up again at home, the day is 11
> hours long. And that is eleven hours of skipper and boat and the
> two them doing whatever is asked of them.
> That is $27 per hour during the time that is billable. (No overtime
> pay considered) That includes no medical insurance, no workers
> compensation insurance, no social security payments (and you are
> liable for that with your income tax return), no unemployment
> insurance, and not even a kiss before you are taken for a ride.
> During the delivery, set up, eleven hours of service, break down,
> and return of the boat, the skipper has to assume liability for his
> boat, trailer, tow car, his actions, and all the possible things
> that he may encounter along the way. Wow, I'd rather go sailing!
> Show Biz, Sheez!!
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Mark Michaelsen"
> <sailingproshop@a...> wrote:
> > --- In email@example.com, "John Schwartz" <pa38112@a...>
> > wrote:
> > > Mark:
> > >
> > > Where is this going to take place, and who did you hire?
> > John:
> > Unfortunately we can not release any information on locations,
> > clients or talent without permission from the production company.
> > All I can say is that call time is 7AM
> > Location Southern California
> > Boats are catamarans
> > Dry land shoot and operational shoot on water
> > Wrap time is about 6PM.
> > Sorry I can't be more specific but that's the rules of this
> > Mark Michaelsen
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