Sailing "Balls Out" deedsphotos
Sailing is fun. Sailing can be expensive or inexpensive, relaxing, exciting or terrifying.
Note: "Balls out" refers to ball governor valves on steam engines. As the pressure increases, the ball governor spins faster and centrifugal force causes the balls on the valve to extend outward. On Mississippi River steamboats the engine room man would inform the captain "balls out" when the steam engine had reached its maximum capacity. Sailors use the term to mean "as fast as possible."Photo linked below.
Note #2: The picture of Flying Circus is not a deedsphoto, I'm not sure who the photographer of this exciting photo was. Same for the picture of Punk Dolphin taken in the Detroit NOOD 2008.
Punk Dolphin Balls Out
Balls Out on Express 27 Punk Dolphin
Steam Engine Ball Governor
Express 27 Flying Circus "balls out"
"Balls Out on a Melges 24 in the 2009 BYC North Channel Race
"Balls Out" at the Moth Worlds 2009
Flying Scot "balls out" deedsphoto
Express 27 Great White "balls out" deedsphoto
Express 27s "crashed and burned " in 40-knot gusts on San Francisco Bay deedsphotos
Wild 470 Video
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Relaxed Cruising on New York 32 Night Heron deedsphoto
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