Known as one of the fastest helmsman of his generation, professional skipper, navigator, and all-around racer Bora Gulari bested some of the world's top America's Cup and Olympic talent to take his two World Championships in the innovated and prestigious International Moth dinghy class.
He's been part of the Luna Rossa America's Cup team and has more silver than a werewolf hunter, and this summer he takes on his biggest challenge ever - Rio De Janeiro and the 2016 Summer Olympics. Just recently named as the US rep for the Nacra 17 Class, Bora was understandably a little timid, but we did the best we could to talk about the bleeding edge of high speed sailing and what he expects from Brazil.
New York Times Sailing Correspondent Chris Museler has spent his life on the water, and he taps into his passion for the sea and for sailing every day of his life. A champion match racer, college sailor, and now foiling mothie, Museler's articles in 'The Grey Lady", seen by millions around the world, do more to bridge the gap between the niche sport and the mainstream than almost anything else in the US sailing landscape.
Chris and Clean talk about everything sailing: Current events (racing and tourism in Cuba, America's Cup craziness, moth and cat racing, the Vendee Globe); origin stories, mentoring the next generation of sailing, and much, much more.