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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Wonderful interview and much appreciated emphasis on safety. I just finished reading Fastnet, Force 10. Thank you for the poignant and riveting story of the Fastnet Race of 1979.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Derek Rupe’s article “Adventures in Docking” [April 2017].
Dexter Alden Holaday, a lifelong resident of Noank, CT, crossed the bar on April 10. He was 72.
The Greenwich Sail & Power Squadron in Greenwich, CT is presenting a variety of boating courses and recreational opportunities this season.
As a coach at Sail Black Rock in Black Rock, Connecticut and the Head Instructor at Pequot Yacht Club in nearby Southport, Jill Fattibene truly loves her work.
The Tarjan family (Flo, Victor, Philippe and Gregor) entered their German/French-built Bavaria-Nautitech 40 Open catamaran FLO 2 in the Offshore Multihull division in this year’s Heineken Regatta.
By Martin van Breems With a crew of 10, including six members or students and four instructors, Team Sound Sailing Center (SSC) managed a hard fought win in the 44th St. Thomas International Regatta on our VAr 37 VAruna. Team Sound Sailing Center sailed VAruna to first place in the Non-Spinnaker class in the 44th…
The Sea Cliff Yacht Club is proud to announce that this year, with Lady Liberty as the dramatic background, the start of the 41st Annual Around Long Island Regatta will be right at the base of lower Manhattan, visible to spectators for the first time.
This is the penultimate installment in a series of dispatches from the Rath family (Colin & Pam and daughters Breana, Mariel and Nerina), who departed Stamford, CT in the fall of 2014 for a worldwide cruise aboard their Hanse 545 Persevere. You’ll find previous articles linked below.
There are many factors that affect your performance in a race: boatspeed, strategy, tactics, and of course, a little bit of luck. But don’t overlook the importance of preparation: making sure you have everything you need to help you perform at your best and sail with maximum speed. In high school sailing, the work done to prepare before you even get to the starting line is often the difference between the top of the fleet and the middle (or worse).