Credit the versatility to an ingenious strap-tightening system. Simply pull on the adjustment strap and you’re set; there’s no Velcro to come
New thermal sensors are the key
By Kate Piserchia
There are deep pockets of warm water in the Gulf of Mexico where a passing hurricane, already a danger, can rapidly morph into a monster.
How and why hurricanes intensify is not entirely clear, but a move by Shell Oil Co. to install new underwater thermal
A raw-water cooled engine is cooled by water drawn from outside the boat, then circulated through engine block and cylinder head.
A fresh-water cooled engine is cooled with “raw” water pumped through a heat exchanger, where it first draws the heat from the fresh water/antifreeze mix that cools the engine, then is injected into the exhaust hose where it cools
National Race Officer
Going into my first windward-gate regatta as a race officer, I anticipated increased mark-set responsibilities and a need for experienced hands to pull off the initial set and then to maintain a four-buoy weather-mark configuration.
I was right.
However, the benefits of the windward