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Pocket Sword

by David Schmidt, Posted July 7, 2008
Pocket SwordIf you like folding knives with a million built-in gadgets, stop reading this review. But if you value exceptional workmanship, excellent quality materials, and the sharpest blade that this sailor has ever used — bar none — meet the Basic 3 from the studio of boutique knife maker David Boye. After using countless stainless-steel diving knives that always end
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Inshore Racing

The Heat in the Cold

by Sail Staff, Posted July 2, 2008
It's one thing to talk about who won the 2008 US Youth Sailing Championship, but the most meaningful words I heard out of that regatta came from a coach, Jen Glass. She's a veteran of the whole process, and Jen said, "The best friends I have now came out of sailing these regattas."

Who would have thought?

Emotional moments. Adventure experiences. New, far-away places. Riding the ups


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Inshore Racing

Crunch Time at the Youth Nationals

by Sail Staff, Posted June 30, 2008
By Kimball Livingston

Whatever happens in Tuesday's final races for the US Youth Sailing Championship on San Francisco Bay, the action in the Club 420 comes down to two boats.

Look at Tyler Sinks/Briana Provancha leading by one point after two of three race days, and Joseph Morris/Justin Doane hot on the trail. Scores by


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HardestyTeamWinningEtchells

by Sail Staff, Posted June 28, 2008

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Inshore Racing

Hardesty Wins Etchells Worlds

by Sail Staff, Posted June 28, 2008
New world champions were crowned in the Etchells class over the weekend, with the completion of racing on Lake Michigan out of Chicago Yacht Club. Here is a report from the race organizers:

Bill Hardesty, Erik Shampain, Steve Hunt, and Jennifer Wilson of San Diego, California take their first Etchells World Championship title after ending the regatta with a strong 12th place finish


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