“You get better at your art by practicing it, and for us it is a chance to practice it, and that practice goes everywhere from the naval architecture at the start of the project through the building process, through the systems that are on board, the electronics, the hydraulic systems complexity that is a 28-footer. There could not be another 28-footer like it on the planet, but the ability to bring that back ashore, have all that data, go through the whole de-brief process, talk to the crew. When you move into a new class like this you end up developing a language the way you talk about the dynamics of the boat - it does this, it does that. So, we go sailing, the guys come in and tell us about it. That kind of connection and that language between the design and sailing teams gets better and better. The analysis tools, as I say, and all those sorts of things are coming along. That is where we are at and we are practicing. These are busy times, but it is a fun project.