The Pulse 600 and Don were featured on "Good Day Atlanta," Chanel 5's Morning News Program. This was a great way to start the show on Thursday morning. Paul Millikin, host of Good Day Atlanta, put Don at ease with his very personable approach to interviewing. He loved The Pulse and of course he wanted one!
The Pulse received a very enthusiastic reception at the show. And it looked so good. We were delighted to meet so many sailors who live and work in and around Atlanta. Many people told us of their dream to learn to sail. We definitely want to help them with that dream. We also enjoyed excellent tales of sailing days gone by. It was fun to watch people's faces brighten as they shared with us the glory days of their youth sailing beach cats. The Pulse definitely sparked the spirit of adventure among many enthusiastic visitors. We were jammed each day and had a great time.
We were very fortunate to meet Karen Ryan, an exceptional Nautical Photographer. Thank you Karen for taking photos at the show:
Don's first first sail on the Pulse was in light wind (about 6 knots), but he was very pleased with how the boat sails. "Very responsive helm, good helm balance, upwind tacking angles were very good. Top boat speed with spinnaker was almost 9 knots." CLICK HERE for the full track with speed data.
Weekend Demo sails on the Pulse 600 will be available in Fort Walton Beach
We are excited to announce that Randy Smyth, lead coach of our Multihull Performance Sailing Clinics, is in Miami right now coaching the US Olympic multihull hopefuls on Nacra 17's. Randy is an exceptional teacher so these competitors have the best. Of course Randy will be back for the May Performance Sailing Clinic. The US Olympic Sailing Team has officially qualified for the Olympic Games this summer! Congratulations.