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by Sail Staff, Posted March 31, 2009

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Charter

Charter deals

by Sail Staff, Posted March 23, 2009
If you’re looking to banish the last of the winter blues with a sailing vacation, look no further. These charter companies are all offering great deals for the spring and early summer. There are also some great airfare deals to the Caribbean at this time of year; the charter companies will be more than happy to advise you.

• Conch Charters has a limited-time offer for a mid-season BVI


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Cruising

Da' Big Fish

by Jack Foard, Posted March 20, 2009
The fat little neon-yellow bucktail with a red spot and some green feathers caught my eye. My experience in the Caribbean said “This is the lure you want,” so I bought three. I should have bought more.

I first wet this magic lure while sailing Famous Potatoes, our Admiral 38 catamaran, from Grenada to Los Testigos, Venezuela, and kicked ass. I caught a yahoo, two fat black-fin tuna,


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Inshore Racing US Sailing recently announced the names of the 2009 US Sailing Team Alphagrapics (USSTAG). This selection was based on the results of the 2009 Rolex Miami OCR. “We’re excited about the new team because we’ve never had this many Olympic and Paralympics sailors return this early in the quad, which is a sign we’re delivering more support to the sailors,” said Olympic Sailing Chairman Dean Brenner
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Profiles

Hats off to Mr. Wilson

by David Schmidt, Posted March 13, 2009
Rich Wilson, 58, of Marblehead, Massachusetts, became the second American to have completed the Vende Globe, an unassisted, non-stop, around the world race that’s fought out in wildly powerful IMOCA 60 monohulls — when he crossed the finishing line in ninth place aboard his trusty stead, Great American III on March 9, 2009. While Wilson finished weeks behind the overall winner, Michel
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