Video Rating: 4 / 5
I read “The Proving Ground”. They do portray Kulmar as a villain. However I
do not take everything as gospel. They also made Glyn out to be a villain.
I cannot believe that an Olympic sailor would have steered the boat
downwind with that big a following sea. Maybe maybe not. But it is a great
what on earth was this filmed on?
When I get the next chance I will show him “hell on high watrer parts 3, 4
&5. So as to illustrate what the very SMALL boats and what was done on the
that race by those magnifent crews. Gos bless the ones with Davie Jones,
and may comfort be upon those families and loved ones who rest peacefully
upon his locker.
60 – 80 foot seas… That’s fucking terrifying
HILLS OFF WATER,,,,
Read “The Proving Ground” by G. Bruce Knecht and you’ll see what Steve
Kulmar is really like. A coward playing the hero.
The rescue operation was no doubt incorporated into the flying hours of the
navy and other federal aircraft involved in the operation… Had they not
been there, they would have been flying elsewhere, probably training.
I have a lad and we have indeed the momey to g0out sailing perhaps around
the world. I showed him this video in order that he could grasp the orders
that might be at hand. I think it prudent for every sailor to take into
account what ANY ocean or path can toss at them.
Hope the aussie taxpayers were reimbursed!!
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