Inshore Racing

Winter Sailing: Adventures in Iceboating

by Sail Staff, Posted December 13, 2011

Ever wondered what it takes to get into iceboating? Turns out its main requirement is a unique mindset.


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Cruising Grounds

From Summit to Sea Level

by Stuart Belbas, Posted October 31, 2011

When it comes to my passions, I’d be hard-pressed to choose between sailing and skiing. That’s how I found myself standing on the snow-covered runway of Troms airport, the northernmost city in the world, ski gear in one bag, sailing gear in the other.


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Destinations

If Paris Were an Island

by Meredith Laitos, Posted September 28, 2011
"Wait right here. There’s something you must see.” Erique grins, then hurls his muscular figure into a forest so thick he’s invisible within seconds. We hear him wrestling with branches as a light rain falls around us. Erique, our fearless guide, has led us to a ruined sugar mill deep in the hills of Marie Galante, a tiny island south of Guadeloupe. Because of his expertise,
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Caribbean

2 by 2

by Dawn Dupree, Posted September 27, 2011
Conventional wisdom has it there can be only one captain on a boat, and that skippering by consensus never works. When it comes down to the wire, one voice must be heard above all others, or chaos will ensue. Well, that’s obviously a male viewpoint. My friend Pip and I share a passion for sailing and adventure, and we’ve done some offshore racing and family cruising, but neither of us had ever
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Caribbean

Hitched in a Hurricane

by MacDuff Perkins, Posted September 20, 2011

After a full day of racing, there's nothing I want to do more than put the boat away and hit the rum tent. When asked if I want to spend the night on a boat, what I actually hear is, “Do you want to sleep in a pile of recycling that we keep down in a wet cellar? There’s a bathroom right by your head.” So no, I am not a cruiser.

 

 


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