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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The entire process of “looking at the boat” is very important. You must look with intent and purpose. You are looking for clues to the boat’s history. It’s nice to get as much information about the boat as possible before you go to see her.
The RAVE V from WindRider International is poised to bring high performance foiling to sailors of all abilities.
The next America’s Cup will be raced in Bermuda in June of 2017. The host venue was confirmed at a press conference in New York on Tuesday, 12/2/14, by Harvey Schiller, the Commercial Commissioner for the America’s Cup. © Roland Skinner/picturesquebermuda.bm “In Bermuda we have a perfect international venue to demonstrate the excitement America’s Cup…
Margaret Podlich, President of the Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS), is the 2014 Darlene Briggs Woman of the Year. The award, sponsored by the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas and Boating Industry Magazine, is presented annually to an outstanding woman in the marine industry.
Fifteen-year-old Luke Constance, well-read, worldly and wise beyond his years, tells the story. One day in 1858, while he’s asleep aboard his grandfather’s schooner in Marblehead, Massachusetts, a pair of thieves steal the ship and head out to sea.
Zeke Horowitz has joined the North Sails One Design Team at the company’s flagship loft and sales office in Milford, CT, and will work closely with North One Design’s Brian Hayes and sail designer Ched Proctor.
It is rare today that one hears anything about sailors effecting jury-rigs after an equipment failure at sea and making it to land under their own steam.
As the Head Varsity Sailing Coach at Yale University, Zachary Leonard has led the Bulldogs to several Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association national championships.
There are plenty of exciting things on the horizon for Twenty-fifteen, including a new ocean racing series, a new multi-format regatta, new initiatives for both a venerable distance race and the 50th anniversary of a popular race week, the restoration of an historic ship, a gorgeous new runabout and more…
How far would you go to sail in Newport, Rhode Island’s Laser Fleet 413? Christine Neville moved 3,090 miles across the country. The aspiring Olympian, who stands an athletic 5’ 11” tall, enjoyed the temperate climate and spirited breeze of San Francisco, but longed for the crowded starting line of Fleet 413. “It’s the best and the most fun sailing education,” Neville said. “I learn more from racing against this fleet than anywhere else.”