Projects

When we were sailing from the small French island of St. Pierre off Newfoundland before making landfall in Crookhaven, Ireland, 2,000 miles to the east. At the time, Arcturus was the first boat to cross an ocean fitted with Dynex Dux synthetic rigging


FULL STORY
Boatworks

Keep Your Keel On

by Roger Marshall, Posted May 29, 2014

As keels get ever finer and more efficient, it becomes harder to keep them attached to their boats


FULL STORY
Multihull

RS Cat 16

by Adam Cort, Posted May 28, 2014

If timing is everything, then veteran UK dinghy builder RS should have no problems with its RS Cat 16, which features wave-piercing bows just like those on an AC72. Boats like this look to be all the rage


FULL STORY
Racing News

Co-skippers Joe Harris and Patrick O’Connor aboard Gryphon Solo 2 won the fourth annual Atlantic Cup in a tiebreaker, closing out a dramatic series marked by both a hard grounding and the closest offshore race finish in Atlantic Cup history.


FULL STORY
Cruising

How to Turn Your Cat into a Gym

by Mike and Rebecca Sweeney, Posted May 23, 2014

Before we started sailing, we ran a full-time martial arts gym, so having ample space to exercise was a priority when boat shopping. In fact, that was one of the reasons why we selected Zero To Cruising, our PDQ 32 catamaran, instead of a monohull.


FULL STORY

Facnor's flat deck furler on a J/111

image description
  • facebook
  • twitter