Interview on Net of Designer Michael Storer at furledsails.com

Furled Sails – They call themselves the “World’s First Sailing Podcast” based in North America.

Anyway, last week Christy and Noel called me up chatted to me for a couple of hours.

So they have an interview with me on their site followed by a part 2 next week.

This looks like the permanent link
http://www.furledsails.com/article.php3?article=760

They also asked a lot of questions about lug rigs which will be in next week’s separate program.

I was frightfully nervous – I am much happier typing than I am talking.

Best wishes
MIK

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