|Subject: Re: [harryproa] Proa movie|
|From: "Rob Denney" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date: 10/22/2007, 9:02 AM|
No shunting footage, yet. Rudolph reports that Blind date shunts pretty well, but takes a bit of getting used to. Jan, the owner is putting together a professionally filmed dvd, which should include it.
I sailed on Rare Bird a while ago, it shunted pretty well, the slowest part was switching over the wheels. Took about 30 seconds. With the next generation of rudders hanging off the beam, this will not be a problem.
Great video....any footage of a shunt yet?Thanks,Phil
Rob Denney <harryproa@gmail.
com> wrote:http://www.zeilenme tvisie.nl/sorry. NL/onderZeil. html
On 10/19/07, Mike Crawford < jmichael@gwi.
The video is great -- thanks for posting the link. It's wonderful to see the big proas finally on the water.
Can you repost the link for the sailing pictures? The http://mail.
google.com/link didn't lead anywhere. mail/
Rob Denney wrote:G'day,
Apologies for cross posting.
There is a video of Blind Date (first 15m/50' harryproa launched) sailing in Holland at http://www.zeilenme
tvisie.nl/ NL/onderZeilFlas h.html
This is the boat built to take blind people sailing.
There are some saliing pctures at http://mail.
google.com/including one of the instruments showing 8 knots in 8 knots apparent. mail/