A guide for all sailors and conditions By Campbell Woods @ Landfall Sailing clothing and equipment uses some of the most advanced fabric and technology of any apparel in the world. Driven by extreme conditions and demands placed on this gear by sailing athletes, sailing gear must work in highly...
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Filmmakers On a Conservation Mission to Central America By Ocean Courier Media Two sailors are on a mission to discover the current state of the world’s ocean conservation efforts. In March, Ben Eriksen Carey and Teresa Carey filmed the pilot episode for Ocean Courier, a proposed docu-series about conservation efforts...
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By Jason Rose, SUNY Stony Brook Sailing Team Faculty Advisor and Lecturer in Political Science, SUNY Stony Brook Before 2011, young sailors entering college on Long Island found themselves leaving their homeports for New York City or for other colleges around the Northeast and around the country. Though many wanted...
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By Mimi Drinkuth Shennecossett Yacht Club’s First Annual Lighthouse Regatta on August 2 will honor the memory of Bruce Lockwood of Groton Long Point, CT, a distinguished racer on Long Island Sound and many other venues. The Bruce Lockwood Cup, a perpetual trophy, will be presented to the boat in...
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The Circumnavigation of Cape Cod in a 18-Foot Sloop, and Other Adventures By Paul S. Krantz, Jr. Published by Tate Publishing   241 pages   paperback   $18.99 The cover of Riding the Wild Ocean, a dramatic painting by renowned marine artist Russ Kramer of author Paul Krantz’s 18-foot Herreshoff sloop Yvaledon reefed...
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