Just remembering a very nice Goat Island Skiff video

From the Small REach Regatta 2012. Two Goat Island Skiffs.

Cat rigged one is Christophe Matson.

One with the optional mizzen rig is crewed by Clinton and Ellie Chase – who also can supply kits.

I like the “what do you do?” as the camera boat is passed 🙂 Video by Stephen Bauer

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