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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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The popularity of fiberglass boats that began in the middle of the last century brought wooden boats – and the art of building them – to the brink of extinction.
The informative and entertaining “From the Captain of the Port” columns in WindCheck are written by Vincent T. Pica, II, the District Commodore of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary’s First District Southern Region. “I grew up in Westchester County, New York, and boating on Long Island Sound was always a part of my life,” says Vin….
I often ruminate about my sailing memories and how they’ve shaped my life. The Editor’s Log is where I introduce articles on the pages of the magazine, discuss ongoing or upcoming events, or reminisce about sailing adventures past, present and future.
World-class sailors Rob Windsor of Centerport, NY and Hannah Jenner of Shropshire, England have teamed as Team 11th Hour Racing in the 20th Transat Jacques Vabre, considered the “Super Bowl of offshore sailing. Hannah and Rob, one of 25 doublehanded teams in the TJV, are setting eco-firsts by implementing 11 innovative eco-friendly solutions to race more…
Boat batteries are available in a number of different sizes, and each type has its own characteristics. Choose the battery that is right for your boat.
When one thinks of a “teacher” one thinks, if one considers it at all, of a one-way flow of information, a “download” in today’s parlance. As anyone who has taught anything for more than ten seconds knows, that is not true.
The real lesson to take from Superstorm Sandy is that the right preparations, designed to address the real risks of storm damage, can and do work.