I assembled this a few years ago because even I forget some of the boats and events I sailed. Still fond memories; and still making more.
Category: e scow class
SAILING THROUGH LIFE
This is in response to those who asked:”Who are you?” It is a least a dimension.Boats have always been a part of my life. Naturally interwoven with the story of Newport.
E SCOW BLUE CHIP
2013 Penalty Box Productions Reel from Penalty Box Productions on Vimeo.
I continue to be impressed with the possibilities modern video cameras and computers have allowed people to do.
The America’s Cup score stands at 7 to 1 in favor of the New Zealand team. Oracle seems to have found another gear.
Melges Rocks – 2013 E Scow National Championship from Penalty Box Productions on Vimeo.
I GOT MY FIRST TASTE OF “E” SCOWS sailing with Henry Bossett on Barnegat Bay, NJ. I fell in love with them. Such a progressive design. I learned so much sailing them, because they are so sensitive to subtile changes in trim.
STILL MY FAVORITE BOAT
The scow is still my favorite boat. As far as I am concerned, many of the new designs are simply re-inventing the joy that already existed. In particular the “E” scow.
The E scow is still my favorite monohull. I haven’t sailed one in years. They were still wood. Modern materials have made these boats even more dynamic. If the materials available today had been available 100 years ago the yacht designers and builders would have been on cloud 9. They had the ideas, the means of expression was limited.