Author: Chad Corning

Racing

Argo Rises From the Ashes to Compete in the Caribbean 600

By Chad Corning

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By Chad Corning The speed and exhilaration of multihull sailing comes with a price. When it goes wrong and a big multi capsizes, it stays capsized and generally you’ll lose the rig. On Jason Carroll’s MOD 70 Argo (Larchmont, NY) we found ourselves in this unfortunate position just before the start of the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s 2019 Caribbean 600. Things were pretty rosy for Team Argo after blitzing the Pineapple Cup record and enjoying a nice, easy delivery…

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The Newport Bermuda Race Aboard Elvis

By Chad Corning

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Twenty-eighteen marked the first year multihulls were invited to compete in the Newport Bermuda Race, and we were thrilled to take part with Jason Carroll’s Gunboat 62 Elvis. Elvis has been much modified from original, and now sports a 28-meter rotating mast, external tillers and deep asymmetric daggerboards, all of which puts a bit of spring in her step, especially in lighter air.

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