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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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by HILARY WIECH, COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER, AND ANNIE BRETT, PROGRAM DIRECTOR, SAILORS FOR THE SEA It may seem silly to talk about renewable energy in the sailing world – aren’t sailboats powered by the wind after all? But look a little more closely, and for each sailboat on the water, there are several energy consuming engines, generators and…
Clearly, the best defense is not falling overboard.
In the Northeast most sailors, racing or otherwise,
are at least aware of Block Island Race Week. This year’s
edition, was the 25th running of this famous
week-long party coupled with great racing to
fill in the daylight hours.
Iris Vogel is among the nicest people we’ve ever met, but don’t let her friendly, gentle demeanor fool you. A fiercely competitive sailor, Iris has won several national championships. “I fell in love with sailing on a lake in Germany when I was 10 years old,” says Iris, who lives in New Rochelle, NY. “But…
Sailing a Serious Ocean is a highly entertaining and engaging book, and it’s absolutely packed with lessons that might save a life one day.
Cruising to the village of historic St. Michaels is like visiting another world, with its traditions carried forward in a way that engages the visitor in a truly authentic experience.
Let me start this column by admitting that I was not the perfect sailing parent, making my share of mistakes along the way. However, I think I’ve observed the right and wrong ways to rear a capable young sailor.
Charter a yacht and sail the beautiful Chesapeake Bay.
Learning the basics of your boat’s alternator.
The fight to save Plum Island from auction is on!