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He who lets the sea lull him into a sense of security is in very grave danger. (Quote by - Hammond Ines)

It was a boat where you pay your money, you go overnight. There were quite a few people on this boat. (Quote by - Dennis Nebrich)

This was the impact we were expecting. When the Japanese buy bigger boats, it usually means they will be imports, since their local boat builders make very few models that are more than 30 feet in length. (Quote by - Tom Dammrich)

My Mom said she learned how to swim when someone took her out in the lake and threw her off the boat. I said, "Mom, they weren't trying to teach you how to swim.". (Quote by - Paula Poundstone)

The biggest danger in sailing is not the open ocean. It's hitting things. So if I have a thousand miles between me and land, a storm doesn't really upset me. If the boat's set up right, you get beat up a little bit, but the boat's going to handle it fine. (Quote by - John Moffitt)

It is a curious sensation: the sort of pain that goes mercifully beyond our powers of feeling. When your heart is broken, your boats are burned: nothing matters any more. It is the end of happiness and the beginning of peace. (Quote by - George Bernard Shaw)

The summer parallel is the fishing boat, and we just have to get people to understand that concept. We are the wintertime fishing boat. (Quote by - Tom Lykken)

The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails. (Quote by - William A. Ward)

A small craft in an ocean is, or should be, a benevolent dictatorship. (Quote by - Tristan Jones)

Certainly we've had some stints where we averaged over 25 knots for an hour, and then you're up to the 600-mile day scenario. A lot of the guys here were the first to do 500 miles, and it would be nice to get the 600 but as always we're here to win points. We keep reminding ourselves that we don't need to win this leg where perhaps other boats do, and so we mustn't allow ourselves to be pressured into pushing the boat too hard. (Quote by - Mike Sanderson)

Give a man a fish and feed him for a day. Give him a fishing lesson and he'll sit in a boat drinking beer every weekend. (Quote by - Alex Blackwell)

Well, trepidation could be the term for it. Yes, we'll definitely exercise some judgment and caution with these boats. The typical Southern Ocean conditions will be rough for these boats. I think we know a little bit about them now, to be able to anticipate rough conditions and adjust the setup of the boat accordingly so we don't suffer damage. (Quote by - Paul Cayard)

The objection has been that people living in the far north couldn't have gotten across the Atlantic because they didn't have boats; that they didn't venture out into the ocean ice. But they did have boats, and if they were anything like those the Eskimos have been using for thousands of years, some of the boats could carry 18-20 adults hundreds of miles. (Quote by - Dennis Stanford)

Whatever floats your boat.and doesn't sink mines. (Quote by - Brandi Keeler)

In the last race, we discovered that each boat's performance had very little to do with sailing, . It had much more to do with the leadership that we as skippers were exhibiting, and with our ability to develop the full potential of our teams. All of the skippers were extremely good yachtsmen. All of them excelled at managing the boat. But ultimately, the race is all about managing people. (Quote by - Simon Walker)

Because this is not a race all boats, regardless of their engine size can enter, the winner will be determined by the draw of the card and not how fast your boat can run. (Quote by - David Wallace)

We average 3,500 pounds of trash per boat on a single outing. Prior to Hurricane Wilma, we pulled in 4,000 pounds of debris onto a single boat. (Quote by - Gregory Reynolds)

Coarse sailing is not mucking around in boats, but boating around in muck. (Quote by - Michael Green)

Learn of the little nautilus to sail, Spread the thin oar, and catch the driving gale. (Quote by - Alexander Pope)

One party to the conversation recalled: Someone fired out, 'What about Bob, what's he going to do? . Well, he can ship his mail-order bride back on the boat. (Quote by - John Brogden)

If you can not arrive in daylight, then stand off well clear, and wait until dawn. After all, that's one of the things God made boats for to wait in. (Quote by - Tristan Jones)

They turned east and, soon after, lost the bet. The wind dropped, they missed the most favorable position to cross the Doldrums, and they slipped to eleventh place. Fed up with the conditions, members of the crew began to lose faith in their strategy. One crew member complained that he had wasted three years of his life training for the race. The solution was to reset the goal. I called the crew up on deck, and we discussed what had happened, 'We're in the eleventh position,' I told them. 'We can't think about winning. We're going to set ourselves new targets to beat as many boats as we can, one boat at a time.'. (Quote by - Simon Walker)

Anyone can hold the helm when the sea is calm. (Quote by - Syrus Pubilius)

For the most part, the same boats have been out in front in the big breeze the last three races. It's pretty clear what boats are good in those type of conditions. (Quote by - John Kostecki)

We spent a week together earlier this summer, . I got up at 6 a.m. to work out on the boat and he's in the office on the boat looking at film. He just works nonstop. (Quote by - Wayne Huizenga)


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