Instant Live 8: Setting sail on "The Bucket List"

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by COLLEEN COYLE

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Posted on April 29, 2013 at 9:55 AM

Updated Wednesday, Oct 30 at 4:56 AM

ROCKWALL - All aboard. Scott Self, owner and captain of "Sail with Scott" can literally cross something off his bucket list. 

Find those sea legs and hop aboard the newest addition to Lake Ray Hubbard,"The Bucket List."

"The Bucket List" is a new 37-foot carbon-fiber racing trimaran. Unlike a catamaran with only two hulls, a trimaran consists of a main hull and two smaller ones.

Due to its light-weight carbon hull and mast, the boat can provide a faster sailing experience. With speeds up to 30 mph, it can glide through the water like a rocket - definitely something for the thrill seekers.

Self has been sailing the waters of Lake Ray Hubbard for several years, but his love for sailing goes back to when he learned to sail at the age of 13. Now Self, his wife and his brother Fred enjoy taking people on an unforgettable ride on the water. 

Sail with Scott also offers two more ways to sail away. North Texans can hop aboard the "Seawolf," a 40-foot catamaran, or "Harbor Lights", the two-story party boat. Departures for the 90-minute shared cruises happen daily during the daytime, sunset, and moonlight/ starlight. The shared cruises are very affordable ranging from $25-$30 per person. Call or visit online for reservations.

"The Bucket List" will make its debut May 9.

 

 

 

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