1989 Johnson MC Scow – Has a very nice bottom, fresh varnish, new main halyard wire. Comes with a nice Hewitt aluminum boat lift. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 2 masts. 1 wood 1 aluminum.
- 2 planks 1 heavier with chocks. 1 lighter weight no chocks.
- Newly sharpened runners.
- New front chock.
Older sail, still a fast fun boat.
The club has purchased a new rescue system called the LifeSling2. The Lifesling2 system consists of a flotation collar which is a blend of the traditional horseshoe buoy and a helicopter rescue sling. It’s connected to 125′ of multi-filament polypropylene retrieving line which allows the flotation to be towed or thrown to the overboard crewmember. The collar and line are stored for protection against the elements in a new more rigid and attractive vinyl storage bag. Graphics on the bag illustrate the instructions for recovering a person in the water.
“How do you get in shape for sailing season?”
(Shared by Steve Grant)
Well, the answer quite frankly comes down to proper conditioning. I’ve found that hours spent in a health club or fitness center is time wasted and could lead to injury or embarrassment on the boat. You need only concentrate on those muscle groups you’ll be using the most! That is why I follow a sailing specific training regimen to keep me at peak “championship” condition.
This year I’ve decided to share my preseason training program with you all.
Try this over the next few weekends and you’ll be “America’s Cup Class” in a jiffy. Continue reading