Who’s the smarty pants now?
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4h ago
Dope Man Indonesian authorities have busted a group of would-be meth smugglers aboard a small landing ship in the Riau Islands, just opposite Singapore. On July 13, Indonesia’s National Narcotics Agency (BNN) discovered more than 100 kilos of methamphetamine aboard the small landing ship Legend Aquarius off Karimun in the Riau Islands. Three supernumeraries – all Indian nationals with Singaporean residency permits – were allegedly responsible for chartering the ship, bringing the drugs on board and concealing them during a call at a private port in Johor Bahru. The 10 members of ..read more
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65 feet!
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4h ago
Built by Austal USA in Mobile, Alabama, the SD-3000 has an aluminum hull and a carbon fiber and fiberglass composite sail. This new model is equipped with multibeam sonar equipment that can map the seabed to depths of 11,000 meters and is designed for rugged maritime operations. The vessel is classified as a medium USV under the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Light Warship code ..read more
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Never not amazing
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1d ago
Some of you young bucks be like, “What is that old geezer droning on about now?” The shit, from a few decades ago, sonny! Imp looking in fine form (but UK Sails?) at the 2024 Volvo Cork Week. Photo by the young buck James Tomlinson ..read more
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Wow, man
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1d ago
So when the acid wore off, and the designers found themselves on board their creation in the middle of the ocean, what do you think they said to each other? Jump in ..read more
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Hey look, a feelgood story!
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2d ago
Bet you didn’t see that coming…! Maximilian Maeder and Lauriane Nolot have established themselves as the gold medal favorites for the men’s and women’s Formula Kite classes at the 2024 Olympics. Both kiters are current double world champions, having clinched titles in the 2023 and 2024 championships. Their back-to-back victories solidified their status as the best in the world, showcasing their ability to perform under pressure—a crucial trait for Olympic success. Despite their shared dominance, their paths to success in Formula Kite have been markedly different. One forged a solo path, while ..read more
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Big step
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2d ago
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Another
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3d ago
Nova Scotia RCMP say the bodies of two people have been recovered after a life-raft carrying their remains was found washed ashore on Sable Island earlier this week. Police believe the people recovered are a 60-year-old woman and a 70-year-old man from British Columbia reported missing last month. In a news release Friday, police say Parks Canada contacted the RCMP and the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (JRCC) on Wednesday at around 3:15 p.m. AT after the vessel was discovered. Read on. Thanks to CBC news ..read more
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Strange clouds
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3d ago
Just love this work from photographer extraordinaire James Robinson Taylor. Some more really great shots right here. Title inspiration thanks to B.o.B ..read more
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Hey i’ve got an idea: let’s build more useless shit!
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3d ago
We’re feeling extra pissy today, and coming across this bit of absurdity ain’t helping.  Of course it is no shock that the builder went out of business, but who  besides everybody – could have possibly seen that coming? And now they are trying again? Bahaha. Read on ..read more
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Damn that hurts
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3d ago
Our buddy Eric Wynsma, owner of the TP 52 Usual Suspects shares their experience of dismasting in the Chicago to Mac race. What a bummer… Tough night for the Usual Suspects as we were dismasted early this morning about 35 miles offshore during the Chicago Yacht Club Race To Mackinac. Ripping along comfortably in 15 knots with an A2 and a genoa staysail, a small cell popped up and whacked us, with an 80* wind shift @ 30+ knots knocking us flat and breaking our mast in 3 places. We worked frantically to cut the rig away so it wouldn’t hole the boat as we jumped around in the waves attached by a ..read more
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