It was a not-so-balmy 25 degrees, and though Boston had been clobbered with eight inches of snow a couple of days before, the sun was shining and the breeze was blowing 15 knots—perfect weather for racing.


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Boatworks

Boatworks:The Dodger Project

by Andrew Howe, Posted January 21, 2015

Arguably, there are few items on a cruising boat more oriented to your sailing comfort than a dodger, especially in Maine, where cold water rules. Bashing to windward, pushing to get somewhere in a cold downpour or just keeping the crew happy, the dodger plays a major role.


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Pittman Innovation Awards

2015 Pittman Innovation Awards

by SAIL Editors, Posted January 20, 2015

One of the fun things about our Pittman Innovation Awards—besides getting to check out what’s new and improved in the sailing world—is the way each year’s winning class seems to have it’s own distinct personality.


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Cruising

Multihull Sailors at Home on the Water

by Contributing Writers, Posted January 5, 2015

When these sailors decided to move aboard and explore the world, they did so on a multihull. Here’s an inside look on their decision to live aboard and the adventures they’ve had along the way...


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Cruising Grounds

Cruising: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

by Paul Franson, Posted December 9, 2014

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, isn’t just a destination for resort-based tourists. It’s also a great place for cruisers and an ideal base from which to explore the Pacific Coast of Mexico.


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