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  1. Wasabi? What is Wasabi?
  2. Nothing ever seem to break on your boat. How do you do that?
  3. I would like to sail with you. How do I do that?

Wasabi? What is Wasabi?
[WAH-sah-bee]
This Japanese version of HORSERADISH comes from the root of an Asian plant. It's used to make into a green-colored CONDIMENT that has a sharp, pungent, fiery flavor. Wasabi, which is also called Japanese horseradish , is available in specialty and Asian markets in both paste and powder form. The latter is mixed with water much like dry mustard. Some specialty produce markets carry fresh wasabi, which may be grated like horseradish. In Japan, SUSHI and SASHIMI are served with a condiment of wasabi mixed with soy sauce.

Did we mention that it is very hot?

Nothing ever seem to break on your boat. How do you do that?
We have our fair share of little problems but the boat is kept in immaculate shape by the captain. If something is not perfect, you can be sure it will be fixed for the next race.
If there was a flaw in the design, the new piece will be redesigned and manufactured by John in his garage. (John's machine shop is not your average garage)

I would like to sail with you. How do I do that?
Just ask or fill the on line form

This is a big boat so we often have a bit of spare room. If you know how to sail this is a plus but most importantly we are looking for fun people. Fun being hard to describe and so diverse, we sincerely hope you will find your spot on the boat.


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