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Boat Review: Hanse 505

by Duncan Kent, Posted June 23, 2014

Following on the success of its 575 model, this new mid-range cruiser from Hanse is set to appeal to aspiring bluewater cruisers. Although the Judel/Vrolijk design team created her as a fast cruiser, at 14 tons dry weight...


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The Charles W. Morgan Sails Again

by Rachel Kashdan, Posted June 10, 2014

The Charles W Morgan, the oldest ship in America, takes off on its 38th voyage, visiting towns in New England including New Bedford, the site of its birth over 200 years ago


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RS Cat 16

by Adam Cort, Posted May 28, 2014

If timing is everything, then veteran UK dinghy builder RS should have no problems with its RS Cat 16, which features wave-piercing bows just like those on an AC72. Boats like this look to be all the rage


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Boat Review: Archambault 27

by Adam Cort, Posted April 24, 2014

The French-built Archambault 27, with its blunt ends, retractable sprit, wide-open racing cockpit and hiking wings, is very much the kind of a boat that stands out in a crowd...


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When it’s January in Germany, all roads lead to Düsseldorf. At least they do if you’re a boat person. You can look over a hundred-foot motoryacht that’s been plucked from the nearby Rhine river, paddle a canoe on an intricately landscaped mock river, cast a fly on an alpine stream, get rescued from an overturned Opti on a manmade lake, outfit yourself in bargain-basement foulweather gear or put a deposit on a new sailboat—all without stepping outdoors and all before your lunchtime bowl of goulash.


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