Cruising

Voice of Experience: Staring into Oblivion

by Jerrad Kozloff, Posted February 9, 2015

One of the five most difficult passages in the world, worst in the Caribbean, impossible; this was almost all my wife, Josie, and I heard when we announced our plan to sail the 500 miles from Cartagena, Colombia, nonstop to the island of Bonaire.


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Wally’s Laws of Boating

by Wally Moran, Posted February 6, 2015

When Murphy’s Law just doesn’t cut it...

 

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The warnings are ubiquitous. On the plaque in the Tobermory distillery that declares: “Today’s rain is tomorrow’s whiskey.” 

 

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As a solo, 78-year-old great-grandmother preparing to singlehand my Challenger 32, Dharma, to the South Pacific, Asia and beyond, I knew I needed to think about some kind of protection onboard.


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Ten Tips for Planning a Trailer-Sailer Rendezvous

by Nate Bayreuther, Posted February 4, 2015

Planning a rendezvous can be a heck of a lot of fun, and it can be an extremely rewarding experience for all who attend. It can also be a headache if it’s not planned properly. 

 

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How to Save a Flipped Dinghy

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