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post #23 of Old 08-26-2013
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Re: All is Lost

Originally Posted by casey1999 View Post

In any case if he had been sailing an S&S 34 none of this would have happened...

S&S 34 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
No doubt the S&S 34 is a great boat, but this is the first I've heard that they are unsinkable :-)

I'll bet that offset companionway on Redford's boat is what finally does him in :-)

Hell, it's lucky he survived that trip up the mast, relying on an external spinnaker halyard, and all...

Probably safe to assume the any rep for the insurance underwriter who may have been on the set, is not a sailor :-)
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