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Hobie Recycled Sailcloth Bags

by SAIL Editors, Posted November 21, 2014

Since the very first Hobie 14 catamaran pushed off a California beach in the late 1960s, the Hobie brand has been about both style and performance, and there’s style to spare in the company’s new Tequila Sunrise collection of recycled sailcloth bags.


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Navigator Pro line Binoculars by Steiner

by SAIL Editors, Posted November 21, 2014

With a pair of Steiner glasses on board you need never worry about picking out that headland or distant buoy.


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Low-Friction Rings from Ronstan

by SAIL Editors, Posted November 10, 2014

Ronstan’s lightweight Low-Friction Rings can be used as a maintenance-free alternative to conventional blocks in a variety of different heavy high-static load applications, such as lazyjacks, back stays, jib in-haulers and vangs.


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Sea Shield Marine’s new SALCA (sacrificial anode line cutter assembly) solves two problems in one: corrosion and line entanglement. Available in both zinc and aluminum, the SALCA has a stainless steel cutting edge that slices through errant lines while protecting your propeller shaft and other metal parts from galvanic degradation.


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WinchRite ABT Electric Winch

by SAIL Editors, Posted November 10, 2014

The WinchRite ABT (Advanced Brushless Technology) is an improved version of the battery-operated winch handle that has already been sparing sailors’ arms for a number of years.


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