Broken Forestay Sailboat Rescue in Hawaii by USCG

See the rescue of a 38-foot sailboat with a broken forestay off Honolulu. The crew made a distress call on VHF 16 and a 45-foot Coast Guard boat comes to the rescue of the sailing vessel on July 29, 2018.

Story by Petty Officer 3rd Class Matthew West
U.S. Coast Guard District 14 Hawaii Pacific

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“HONOLULU— The Coast Guard responded to a dismasted sailboat off Honolulu..
A Station Honolulu 45-foot Response Boat-Medium crew is currently towing the dismasted sailboat back to Ala Wai Boat Harbor…
Shortly after at 3:30 p.m., Sector Honolulu watchstanders received a distress call on VHF-FM Channel 16 from the crew of a 38-foot sailboat dismasted and disabled off Honolulu. A Station Honolulu RB-M crew deployed in response to the incident. The responders were able to assist the mariners to recover the mast and put the sailboat in tow.
The weather at the time the cases was reportedly winds of 15-mph and seas to 5-feet.
A Station Honolulu 45-foot Response Boat-Medium crew tows a dismasted sailboat back to Honolulu, July 29, 2018. The RB-M crew responded to a distress call made by the sailboat and were able to assist the mariners in getting the mast out of the water. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Fireman Triston Otto)
A Station Honolulu 45-foot Response Boat-Medium crew responds to a dismasted sailboat off Honolulu, July 29, 2018. The RB-M crew was able to assist the mariners and put the vessel in tow.” (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Fireman Triston Otto)
Sara Muir
03.12.2009
Video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Angela Henderson
(HONOLULU) — A U.S. Coast Guard HH-65 rescue helicopter crew from Air Station Barbers Point and a 47-foot motor lifeboat crew from Coast Guard Station Honolulu conduct a search and rescue demonstration in Honolulu Harbor on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, March 12, 2009.
(U.S. Coast Guard video/PA3 Angela Henderson)
02.16.2018
Video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Amanda Levasseur
U.S. Coast Guard District 14 Hawaii Pacific

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“GPS IS GREAT :)” tweets 2nd Place GGR 2018 Finisher Mark Slats

Dutch solo-sailor Mark Slats puts in a dig into the Golden Globe Race 2018’s retro-sailing rules as he leaves Les Sables D’lonne for the first time since he finished his 214 days at sea. His first tweet read, “PRETTY GOOD SAILIG PLENTY WATER AND FOOD AND GPS IS GREAT” Slats is sailing his Rustler 36 Ophen Maverick to his home of the Netherlands by way of England.

The 2018 Golden Globe Race bans the use of GPS and satellite communications. Slats told Slow Boat Sailing in an interview, which is yet to be released, that he was upset about the 32-hour time penalty that pushed his finish time back to 216 days. He felt his manager was well within his rights to give the satellite phone weather warning under race rules. Slats also said he felt the penalty was disproportionate compared to the 18-hour penalties imposed on Jean-Luc Van Den Heede, who won the race in 212 days, and fourth place Istavan Kopar who is over 2,000 nm from the finish.

The use of banned Spectra braid by Van Den Heede to repair his shroud, the receipt of GPS positions by race participants, the allegedly illegal use of HAM radio by Van Den Heede and Slats, the satellite phone use violations, and the accusation that Van Den Heede received banned weather routing, have dogged the retro race. The race prides itself on using technology from 1968, the first running of the solo, non-stop unassisted race. With the exception of satellite phone infraction the race chairman and founder, Don McIntyre, has dismissed accusations of “cheating” as nonsense.

Eighteen boats started the race on July 1, 2018. After 227 days, five boats have been dismasted, eight boats retired for other reasons, two boats have finished, and three more are in the Atlantic Ocean sailing to France. The closest skipper in 3rd place is Uku Randamaa was 2,500 nm from the finish at UTC 16:00 on February 13, 2019.

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Pig Beach Fail for Michelle Lewin in the Bahamas! Tips for Sailing Crews Visiting Big Majors Spot

Fitness instructor and model Michelle Lewin was bit by an angry pig on Big Majors Spot Cay’s Pig Beach in the Bahamas. The paradise island in the Bahamas is a favorite stop for sailboats, sailing down the Exuma chain of islands. Hear the story of how Linus and his daughter Sophie were attacked by a big sow. This video has some tips on how to pet the feral pigs without getting bit in the behind.

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Yacht wrecked in Mallorca; Sila Sibri sailboat hits the beach in Palma, Spain

The 105-foot (32-meter) super sailing yacht Sila Sibri hit the rocky beach in Mallorca in rough weather on October 15, 2018. See pictures and hear the story of this sailboat disaster. The Sila Sibri was bought in February 2017 after being listed for $1.6 million. Originally called the SV Kestral, it was a Ron Holland designed 12-cabin two-masted sailboat. It had 8 guest cabins and 4 crew cabins. It had a 350 HP engine.
The Russian construction magnet Valery Kokorin who has represented Omsk, Siberia owned it. A double circumnavigation around Antartica was planned before it his the rocks. It is not clear why its crew lost control of the vessel in rough conditions in Palma, Mallorca, Spain in the Mediterranean.

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The Downwind Run to Pape’ete | Sailing to Tahiti to Meet Janna and Sophie S2E19

Anna, Daly, and Linus sail offshore on the downwind run to Papeete, Tahiti on their last passage of the season. In Tahiti Captain Linus is met by his wife and daughter Janna who flew in from Louisiana.

Anna and Linus go through the North Pass of Fakarava atoll in the Tuamotos Archipelago of French Polynesia. Linus debates anchoring at Venus Point, mooring at Le Yacht Club de Tahiti, mooring or docking at Marina Taina in Punaauia Tahiti, or the Papeete Marina. They end up docking in the Papeete Marina.

Anna departs the boat and Linus picks up Sophie and Janna at PPT, the Papeete Airport after their trip is delayed. Linus struggles to find a bus in downtown Papeete near the Mairie de Pape’ete (town hall). He eventually gets a cab a the taxi stand near Jungle Coffee. Linus rents a car from EcoCar near the Tahiti Airport Hotel.

Janna, Sophie, and Linus go on several sight seeing trips. They visit Tahiti’s southern coast in Mataiea, and see the waterfall and trails in the Vaipahi Water Gardens. They tour the Museum of Tahiti and the Islands (Musée de Tahiti et des Îles, Tahitian Te Fare Manaha) in Punaauia where they see the anchor from one of Captain Cook’s ships. They tour the Arahurahu Marae in Paea which was the largest marae in Tahiti and the site of a Heiva dance celebration.

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Ep. 57: Van Den Heede speaks about his pitchpole and win in the 2018 GGR Golden Globe Sailing Race to Linus Wilson + the future for the podcast & YouTube channel

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Jean Luc Van Den Heede shatters Sir Robin Knox-Johnston’s Sunday Time’s 1968 Golden Globe Race record by 100 days finishing first in the 2018 Golden Globe Race. Hear his story of his broken rig in the Southern Ocean. Linus Wilson talks about the plans for year 4 of the Slow Boat Sailing Podcast and YouTube Channel.

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Find out how JLVDH did it from the start to finish of the toughest race in sailing, the GGR2018. Eighteen sailors got to the start line, but only five remained by day 212 of the fiftieth anniversary GGR 2018. Van Den Heede led most of the way as Are Wiig, Abhilash Tomy, Gregor McGucken, Loic Lepage, and Susie Goodall’s sailboats were dismasted. This retro race for 32-to-36-foot sailboats runs through the stormy Southern Ocean and even Van Den Heede could not escape unscathed. His boat was pitchpoled a few thousand miles from Cape Horn and he contemplated dropping out. His shrouds were damaged endangering his mast. Vandenheede was able to enact a repair and sailed on more slowly allowing Dutch sailor Mark Slats to almost catch him south of the Azores High. A tactical misstep of motoring though the center of the high instead of sailing more quickly to its west cost Slats any chance of taking the lead short of disaster as Van Den Heede stretched his lead to over 400 nm. This video features commentary from Sunday Time’s 1968 race winner English sailor Sir Robin Knox-Johnston who was the only finisher of the original race in 312 days. Van Den Heede says he was inspired by his contemporary sailor Bernard Moitessier. Jean-Luc Van Den Head was the oldest entrant in the 2018 GGR. The race is his 6th circumnavigation of the Globe. Besides holding the GGR race record Van Den Heed still holds the record for the fastest east to west solo-circumnavigation of the globe. His 36-foot Rustler yacht is named Matmut after his main sponsor.

Video from VNR/PPL/GGR and Mark Slats was reproduced with the permission of the GGR 2018.

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Ep. 57: Van Den Heede speaks about his pitchpole and win in the 2018 GGR Golden Globe Sailing Race to Linus Wilson + the future for the Slow Boat Sailing Podcast & YouTube channel

SBTB-ACX2500-2500Jean Luc Van Den Heede shatters Sir Robin Knox-Johnston’s Sunday Time’s 1968 Golden Globe Race record by 100 days finishing first in the 2018 Golden Globe Race. Hear his story of his broken rig in the Southern Ocean. Linus Wilson talks about the plans for year 4 of the Slow Boat Sailing Podcast and YouTube Channel.

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Find out how JLVDH did it from the start to finish of the toughest race in sailing, the GGR2018. Eighteen sailors got to the start line, but only five remained by day 212 of the fiftieth anniversary GGR 2018. Van Den Heede led most of the way as Are Wiig, Abhilash Tomy, Gregor McGucken, Loic Lepage, and Susie Goodall’s sailboats were dismasted. This retro race for 32-to-36-foot sailboats runs through the stormy Southern Ocean and even Van Den Heede could not escape unscathed. His boat was pitchpoled a few thousand miles from Cape Horn and he contemplated dropping out. His shrouds were damaged endangering his mast. Vandenheede was able to enact a repair and sailed on more slowly allowing Dutch sailor Mark Slats to almost catch him south of the Azores High. A tactical misstep of motoring though the center of the high instead of sailing more quickly to its west cost Slats any chance of taking the lead short of disaster as Van Den Heede stretched his lead to over 400 nm. This video features commentary from Sunday Time’s 1968 race winner English sailor Sir Robin Knox-Johnston who was the only finisher of the original race in 312 days. Van Den Heede says he was inspired by his contemporary sailor Bernard Moitessier. Jean-Luc Van Den Head was the oldest entrant in the 2018 GGR. The race is his 6th circumnavigation of the Globe. Besides holding the GGR race record Van Den Heed still holds the record for the fastest east to west solo-circumnavigation of the globe. His 36-foot Rustler yacht is named Matmut after his main sponsor.

Video from VNR/PPL/GGR and Mark Slats was reproduced with the permission of the GGR 2018.

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Get Linus Wilson’s bestselling sailing books:
Slow Boat to the Bahamas

Slow Boat to Cuba

https://gumroad.com/l/cubabook
and How to Sail Around the World-Part Time

https://gumroad.com/l/sailing
have been #1 sailing ebook bestsellers on Amazon.
You can get the full audiobook of Sailing to Treasure Island by Captain John C. Voss. at

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SAILING TO TREASURE ISLAND: The Cruise of the XORA (Annotated) by Captain J.C. Voss
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