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Old 07-01-2009, 04:51 PM   #1
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njppc vids on youtube

Check them out.....some great clips on there!


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Old 08-01-2009, 04:22 PM   #2
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Work slack again Nige,trawling for vids.That clip of the Popeye mono (the boat that rammed and killed Halpern ) shown in the 1980 Benihana is quite tame compared to Sea Sweep in the same film,but not shown.You don`t often see a 38 ft mono go up at nearly 45 degrees with the prop 10ft off the sea.
They do that all the time out of sight of land,reportly.I remember the ciggy `I like it too` was supposed to have swapped ends 6 times in a flat calm Needles race and still was battling for the lead with Bonomi`s Dry Martini.
Classic days old boy!
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How about more than 45º?? This blurred Yellowdrama from the 74 (?) vid says how rough it was in places!
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45 Degree Yellowdrama

Yeah, right.Taken from 1972 `Greatest Race in the World` off Torquay to the strains of `You ain`t see nothing yet`.See Boatmad Multimedia.Typical Ken Cassir.Blind as a bat and couldn`t see the big hole he was approaching.
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