Boulevard of broken dreams
– Part II

Peter Harken continues the extraordinary story of an engineering journey that began with the fall of Singapore and continues to this day forward. But not everything the two brothers tried turned out to be magic…

Seahorse: You mentioned last time that along the way you’ve had a few hiccups.

Peter Harken: Yes… like the time we came up with the foil for a windsurfer about 30 years ago. It was a foil that you mount in a windsurfer centreboard slot, made from aluminium extrusions so you could quickly put it together and it was relatively inexpensive.

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