Multihull Sailor

Best Anchoring Practices for your Catamaran

by Rick Williams, Posted January 9, 2015

The anchoring technique we developed doesn’t differ much from that used on a monohull. We choose a spot with good protection and adequate swinging room, and then deploy the anchor as Dragonfly is moving slowly in reverse. Usually Cindy is on the bow, and I am at the helm. I call out the depths so she will know how much rode to run out.


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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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In the archipelago, between St. Vincent and Grenada—there are approximately 600 islands and islets in total. Both St. Vincent and Grenada are home to charter operations so you can approach the vacation from either end...


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From a trainer cat with attitude to a crop of all-carbon, high-performance cruisers, the diversity and quality of the latest new designs from the world’s builders illustrates the strength of the multihull scene


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Sailing the Potomac River

by Dennis Mullen, Posted November 17, 2014

Put your shoes on, Captain. And button your shirt.” These were the first words I heard when we stepped ashore at the dinghy dock in Washington, D.C., on the Fourth of July, 2012. It was 104 degrees...


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