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Rob

Here is the Mturk HIT:

http://tinyurl.com/ytxvtm

Wes

Looking for Jim Gray? His sailboat, Tenacious, probably hit a submerged object and sank rapidly. It does not sound like he used adequate safety measures. Single-handed sailing outside the SF Gate should only be done with substantial precautions. The issue is prevention of such disappearances, not search afterwards. How can this type of thing be prevented in the future? I suggest ocean going sailboats have air-bags, just like cars - a rapid inflation inside the boat of 150 cubic feet could have kept a boat with an 8,500 pound keel from sinking.

Craig Spjut

I am willing to help look for Jim. I am willing to ride my pwc (Personal Watercraft) along the coastline close to shore to look for debris. I have lots of experience. I have ridden my pwc along various parts of the coast from the Columbia River mouth to Santa Barbara.
I think the area from Point Reyes to Point Arena should be a start.
Craig

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