Posts Tagged ‘Green Sailing’
Looking to plan the next major championship for your class? Look no further America’s new ‘Green Coast’, and we’re not talking about conservation. Nope – we’re talking about the new American West – a place where, thanks to the continuing voter revolution, smoking weed is now legal from the Mexican to Canadian border – and beyond. Add to that some of the best sailing spots in the World, and your class should never need to go to some windless, smokeless bay again.
This applies even to the cream of the crop, too, thanks to WADA’s ten-fold increase in the amount of allowed THC in your blood. It’s now legal to smoke even for Olympian and America’s Cup racers (as long as you don’t toke ten minutes before your test).
And it ain’t just the California-to-Alaska pipeline – roughly half of US states now allow ‘kind buds’ to either treat what ails you, or just your need for the munchies, with another 10 dominoes likely to fall over the next few years. Considering the massively positive effect that legal weed has had on Colorado’s $3 billion/year ski industry, those who can capitalize on this new development will be way ahead of the curve, and we think sailors should be right on top of it.
Just imagine it: Green medibles and vapor pens alongside Mount Gay and Coke, new sponsors, great T-shirt design ideas, and something to finally make that regatta food palatable. We’re in! Is your class?
November 12th, 2014 by admin
Acciona multi-media man Jesus Renedo is in Punta Delgada, Azores with the report from the salvage of the now-ironically named Acciona 100% ECOPOWERED…
I’m now just waiting for Bubi to get back with the tug, with Acciona upright and ready to be delivered home.
Of course last Sunday was a huge shock to us. Ricardo, Pedro and I were actually having lunch while sorting out the details for a big welcome in Les Sables when the MRCC called to tell us that the EPIRB had been tripped. The rest, you guys already know…
Ricardo and I flew to Terceira, where Bubi had been taken after his rescue. We were very worried about how to cheer him up, and it ended up being the opposite! He was in good spirits, very proud of his race, not too worried about finishing, and smiling. ”Everything is relative, like Einstein said,” Bubi told me. ”I am alive, so I am happy!”
We had a massive lunch , and while we were eating his phone didn’t stop, as he organized the rescue team. Bubi would never leave his boat out there. He has a wife and 7-month old baby at home, but there’s no way he’d leave a mission unfinished.
February 10th, 2013 by admin