Around the world and around the cans there have been recent safety-related incidents – accidents – that have required a cool step back followed by calm analysis more than myriad knee-jerk reactions. It’s well known that Brian Hancock’s opinions on the topic are not always well received but they are widely respected
I think that now is a good time for some very clear-eyed thinking about safety onboard sailboats.
Crew safety, that is. Harnesses, life - jackets, that sort of thing. This discussion, much like our politics, has become so polarised over the past few years that there does not seem to be a middle ground that we can all agree upon. Perhaps there will never be a middle ground but let’s at least try to see the other side of the argument.
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