Internship Opportunities at SAIL

by Sail Staff, Posted March 30, 2006
SAIL is looking for interns to help produce our annual Sailboat Buyers Guide. Primary responsibility will be to assist in updating a database of sailing gear & equipment companies, but the internship will also include the opportunity to learn & work on either the editorial or production side of the magazine. Please note this is an unpaid internship.

If interested, mail or email a letter


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Boat Reviews

Beneteau First 10R

by Sail Staff, Posted March 29, 2006
The 32-foot First 10R represents a new generation of Beneteau’s sleek one-design racers. Designed by Farr Yacht Design with speed as the top priority, the 10R features an aggressive sailplan, an iron blade/lead bulb combo keel, and an asymmetrical spinnaker. While it is the smallest in Beneteau’s First series, it also serves as a comfortable cruiser and is equipped with a separate head, nav
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Charter

Sail Away - February 2006

by Sail Staff, Posted March 29, 2006

Wedding Bells

First Choice, the British parent company of Sunsail, announced the acquisition of Grand Expeditions, parent company of The Moorings, in early December. Both groups specialize in international leisure travel. Sunsail’s charter business will become part of Grand Expeditions, but Sunsail and The Moorings, along with Footloose, will be run as separate entities.

What does


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Charter

Sail Away - January 2006

by Sail Staff, Posted March 29, 2006

Charter Cats

Thanks to the unusual nature of my job—I give thanks frequently—I’ve sailed on a lot of charterboats with (often) people I’d never met before in (sometimes) unusual weather patterns. It’s not unusual, however, that many of these boats have been catamarans, given the proliferation of cats in charter fleets worldwide. So I can claim a certain authority in
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Gear and Reviews

New Gear - March 2006

by Sail Staff, Posted March 29, 2006
Going SoftWalker Bay’s rigid polypropylene dinghies are a common sight around the country’s waterways and coastlines, where they’re used as sailboat tenders and fun boats. Now the company hopes its attractive new inflatables will meet with the same success. Its Genesis line of RIBs have light but strong plastic hulls and either PVC or Hypalon removable tubes; some
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