**It's been suggested that summer conditions on San Francisco Bay may not be conducive to foiling—fast boats, short courses, big breeze, significant current. What do you think?
**As always when you design a boat, compromise is wind-related: light versus strong, etc. The aim is not to "fly" at any price; our goal is to reduce the drag on the boat. For particular conditions and a particular moment of the race, it's going to be a consequence to foil because we try to reduce the drag and foiling is the consequence of this particular design package. In some conditions the best set-up is to fly, but if you end up with the wrong angle and you go too high or too deep, it's not adapted to the race. You may be fast but you need to be fast in the correct direction. Perhaps with Artemis, the call was that it was never going to be efficient. If you look at the boats right now, ETNZ is going to be very good in very strong winds, Artemis will be good in light air. The problem is we really never know what the wind is going to be for racing.