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Binocular Resources

by Sail Staff, Posted August 20, 2004
Bushnell, 800-423-3537, www.bushnell.comCanon USA, 516-328-5000, www.usa.canon.comFujinon, 800-872-0196, www.fujinon.comIntermark, 800-453-2101Leica Camera, 800-222-0118, FULL STORY
Cruising In the September, 2004 issue of SAIL, Clark Beek explores Australia's Northern Territory on his Salar 40 ketch, Condesa, discovering "a land where the uninitiated should tread carefully" and where "Darwin is an Oasis". Duncan Gould sails through the offshore islands of Venezuela. To read their notes from these cruises—supplements to the stories in print—read on
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Inshore Racing Olympic sailing launched on a low note—the 1896 races in Greece were cancelled for lack of wind—but there have been many high points since. Olympic sailors have created a wonderful legacy. By way of example, we tip our hats to the great ...

Paul Elvström for the longest Olympic "moment" ever. It's been a show to watch, from the gritty determination that led him to


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Into the Fire

by Sail Staff, Posted August 12, 2004
Despite some distractions—heat, security issues, the meltemi—the U.S. Sailing Team looks to increase its record medal count at the Olympic Games this month in AthensBy Josh AdamsThirty-year-old 49er sailor Tim Wadlow, a newcomer on the U.S. Olympic Sailing Team, knows history is on his side. Since winning its first medals in 1932 (Star and 8-Meter), the U.S. team
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Cruising Grounds The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association now runs a message board of updated information regarding the waterway. We have a link at the bottom of this story. Meanwhile, we have more good news ...

Are you a racer? A cruiser? Doesn't matter. If you transit the Eastern seaboard, you probably use the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, and the food news is that the great letter-writing


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