This episode I thought I would share with you an interview I did month or so ago with Paul Trammell on his wonderful podcast ’Offshore Sailing and Cruising ’. It was great to chat to Paul and learn about his sailing to date, but as this was an interview I was doing for him introducing myself to his audience we will have to wait for a future date to really get to know Paul more. As by the end of this show we had agreed to go sailing on the Open 60 sometime soon- that might be quite soon!
Apologies to the audiophiles listening (Bill Mead!) I had to use Paul’s recordings completed over Skype as my own recording was so terrible as to be painful to mine own ears. Trust me, this is the lesser of two weevils ;)
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It’s been a long time since I published a podcast and I finally I found after many, many attempts that the only way to get back on the horse was to just record whatever came out of my mouth for an hour and we can pick the bones out of it later.
In this episode I talk about what has been...
The features that make ’The Perfect Boat’ are an area of sailing that walks the narrow line between philosophical & scientific truth.
Historically it is also beset by sailors claiming dead cert, bald-faced objective truth for their strongly held and decidedly subjective opinions.