Cruising

Voice of Experience: Staring into Oblivion

by Jerrad Kozloff, Posted February 9, 2015

One of the five most difficult passages in the world, worst in the Caribbean, impossible; this was almost all my wife, Josie, and I heard when we announced our plan to sail the 500 miles from Cartagena, Colombia, nonstop to the island of Bonaire.


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Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image Awards Celebrate Sailboat Racing

by SAIL Editors, Posted February 9, 2015

Yachting photographers from all over the world submit photographs to the Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image contest for a chance to win one of two prizes—the main Mirabaud Yacht Racing Image award


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Columns

Wally’s Laws of Boating

by Wally Moran, Posted February 6, 2015

When Murphy’s Law just doesn’t cut it...

 

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Ask Sail

Ask SAIL: Teak Deck Removal

by Don Casey, Posted February 6, 2015

We are removing the teak deck from a 1972 Swan 43. We will not be putting any teak back on and will be looking to apply nonskid and paint. I have taken all the fixtures off and removed all the old teak. 


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Boat News

Three new designs—including a couple of cruising cats and a red-hot trimaran with minimal accommodations and speed to burn—provide even more evidence that the multihull world is the place to be in terms of innovation. 


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Footage of the Race Leaders Rounding Cape Horn

Facnor's flat deck furler on a J/111

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