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Old 12-24-2010
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The ones going under - what can I say, I'm amazed. Goes to show that there's more than one way to skin a cat.

The one going over...holy smokes, man. Glad I wasn't riding with him.

As a matter of fact, I think that these two examples perfectly illustrate that line between courage and insanity.

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The first two are awesome, although I wonder what they do with their "ballast" bags while sailing?

Third one is fake. Has to be.
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The first two are awesome, although I wonder what they do with their "ballast" bags while sailing?
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It is waterbag, it is just fabric and water. It doesn't need much room to store.
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This is almost "daily business" when going sailing. The Port where by swing keel boat is berthed is past a bridge, which is by 1m lower than the mast.

Before passing the bridge we lift the keel, attach a bag to the boom, fill it with 50 liter water, swing it lateral - and we have on average 50 cm "head room". But I agree, the first few times it was frightening. now we are used to, not really "big business", same as with the skipper in the video.

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I agree that the third one is a phony.

First two are interesting, but wondering what kind of stress those bags put on running and standing rigging?
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I agree that the third one is a phony.

First two are interesting, but wondering what kind of stress those bags put on running and standing rigging?
Less stress than sailing puts on the rig.
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I agree that the third one is a phony.

First two are interesting, but wondering what kind of stress those bags put on running and standing rigging?
Amazing what I did at a frat party for a beer.
I'm just glad the dean never found out...
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First two I have seen other renditions.

Third one, if you look closely in the beginning, you see a boat coming to, along with what appears to be a ramp. So while it may look fake, may very well be fake, there is just enough evidence that it could be real.

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