Profiles

The Master

by Sail Staff, Posted May 30, 2008
If you’ve ever been caught out Laser sailing in a serious squall, you have a taste of what it’s like to be completely self-sufficient in an over-canvassed boat, with the safety net of land feeling like an untrustworthy mirage. Now imagine that you’re alone in the middle of the North Atlantic, with land nothing more than a week-old memory, on a wildly powerful IMOCA Open 60.
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Inshore Racing

Boston College Women Win

by Sail Staff, Posted May 28, 2008
The First Women’s Title in Boston College History

By Kimball Livingston

Newport, Rhode Island
They came into the third and final day of racing in second place after moving up from seventh on day two—that's fast climbing, and they kept right on going. The women of Boston College moved into the overall lead on three back-to-back wins by A-Division


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Ocean Racing

Wild Design

by Sail Staff, Posted May 27, 2008
If you thought the new Puma il mostro was wild looking from a graphic-design standpoint, Team Russia’s new steed is currently the heavy-weight champ of “different” from a design perspective. The boat, designed by UK-based designer Rob Humphreys and built by Green Marine (also in the UK), features distinctive spray rails on its bow section; long chines that run from the
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Boat Reviews

Beneteau 46

by Tom Dove, Posted May 27, 2008
Beneteau boats keep getting better looking while retaining the consistent quality and good finish that keep owners coming back as they move up in size. The new 46 could be an “ultimate boat” for many sailors who have experience in smaller vessels and are now looking for a stylish, fast, spacious boat that they can continue to sail into their retirement
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Boatworks

Farm team

by Gordon West, Posted May 27, 2008
"I’m about to install an antenna farm on the horizontal arch behind my boat’s cockpit and am wondering whether the antennas need to be placed on the arch in a particular way. Are there guidelines for proper antenna location?"

-- Dave Richardson , Winnetka, Illinois

Gordon West replies: You should do several things. First, if possible mount the radar antenna


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Facnor's flat deck furler on a J/111

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