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portrait of an anarchist

When Alban James of  Ocean Racing Magazine asked to interview me, I did what I always do; I blew him off.  Now I know I had something to say but the problem is to say something, uhh…you gotta say it. (Apologies to Wall of Voodoo). But he was a persistent bugger and so sat down on Skype and blathered away….

Based on its recent metrics, on a 30 days average, Sailing Anarchy claims more than 1.4 million visits, 330,000 unique visitors and 3.7 million pages viewed, with 17% increase in new visits.

Perhaps with his name, Scot Tempesta was predestined to cause a tad of a stir in the Sailing Establishment. He has surely done so.

Yet, hate it or love it, at a time where the officials of top end sailing programmes are looking at ways at broadening the sailing fan base beyond its inner circle, he is a voice and a force to be reckoned with.

An important contribution to our series on the professional sailing ecosystem. Read it.

June 13th, 2013

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