Steve Taylor had a reasonably short but incredibly successful competitive sailing career, topped off with a win at the '79 505 Worlds in Durban. We talk about his unusual start in sailboat racing, his 2 wins in the 420 Worlds, sketchy roads in
There aren't many people who've won as often in 505s as Mike Holt, but Mike's as true to the spirit of the fleet as anyone - always eager to help others improve their own sailing, and having a great time doing it all.
For episode 5 I chat with Reeve Dunne, North American Class President and one of the top crews in the Class. Reeve was driving from Tahoe to San Fran to go 505 sailing tonight and race in the Elvstrom Regatta at StFYC this weekend, so the seaso
Eric's made a big splash in his time in the 505, and isn't near done yet. We talk about getting into 505s from college sailing, transitioning from skippering to crewing, and a bunch of other stuff. This one runs a little long but it's a fun con
Macy has been one of the best helms in the class since the 70s, but his influence has been far broader than that. In this episode, Macy shares his perspective and infectious enthusiasm from a lifetime racing 505s.
Peter Alarie has been at the front of the 505 fleet for decades, sailing with many of the world's best drivers. For 2021, he's reuniting with old friend Mike Zani and getting back into the class. Pete and Dave discuss Pete's history through the
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