Boat Reviews

Boat Review: Archambault 27

by Adam Cort, Posted April 24, 2014

The French-built Archambault 27, with its blunt ends, retractable sprit, wide-open racing cockpit and hiking wings, is very much the kind of a boat that stands out in a crowd...


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Cruising News

In 2012, Matt Rutherford became the first person to sail singlehanded nonstop around the Americas. Then in 2013, he and former NOAA researcher Nicole Trenholm began the Ocean Research Project


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Boat Reviews

Beneteau Oceanis 55

by Adam Cort, Posted April 23, 2014

 

Boat Review: Beneteau Oceanis 55. Could a design this stylish and comfortable also be a good sea boat?


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Sails+Rigging

Few sailors look forward to climbing the mast, but inevitably there comes a time when it’s necessary to make repairs aloft. Bosun’s chairs are the method of choice, but you need...


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SAIL's Tip of the Week

by SAIL Editors, Posted April 22, 2014

When maneuvering under mailsail alone, don’t expect your boat to sail properly upwind with the sheet trimmed in hard. You do this when flying a genoa to avoid backwinding the main...


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Facnor's flat deck furler on a J/111

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