Carve like your life depends on itů
Two handmade boats are making their way toward France after leaving the coast of Newfoundland. 4-foot sailboats built by Dick Baldwin of Belfast were 300 miles off the coast of Newfoundland on Tuesday morning.
The boats, which Baldwin refined with the help of a naval architect, are designed to sail before the wind, changing course when the wind does. Baldwin said the wind at the time drove them toward shore, but when they were about 2.5 miles from land the wind switched and ???
Claiming they’ll be ok with a boat built to rely on wind direction, I’d say the people aboard could be filled with a lot of hot air?
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