Boatworks

Many sailors embarking on ocean passages will take along the obligatory storm jib and trysail, with the vague idea that they may come in handy. Few sailors, however, have a real understanding of how and when to set them.


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2014

2014 Pittman Innovation Awards

by Adam Cort, Posted February 26, 2014

Sailing has always been a technology-driven activity, and the spirit of innovation that prompted the first Stone Age sailor to cast off and let the wind do the work remains as vibrant today as ever. 


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Cruising Grounds

Sailors love to talk about their “bucket lists” and dream of the day they’ll visit the azure waters of Croatia, the caves of Tahiti, the fjords of Patagonia.


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Cruising Grounds

1,000 Miles around Nova Scotia

by Robert Dunbar, Posted February 7, 2014

For three full summers I sailed the waters of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick aboard my little CL16 dinghy, Celtic Kiss, a Canadian variant of the UK’s famed 16-foot Wayfarer.


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Multihull

2014 Multihull Buyers Guide

by Sail Staff, Posted February 6, 2014

Here's our comprehensive list of multihull builders, the boats they have available, and how to contact them.


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