Boat Reviews

Delphia 37

by Tom Dove, Posted January 29, 2007

Just when a seasoned boat reviewer thinks he’s seen all the possible variations among midsize cruising monohulls, along comes a vessel to jar him out of that notion. The Delphia 37 did that for me. The designer is unknown in America, the factory is in Poland, and the boat is a delight to sail.

On DeckThe deck and cockpit will work nicely for daysailing,


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SECTARIAN DIVIDE

by Sail Staff, Posted January 25, 2007
by Kimball Livingston

Naval architect Bill Langan wants you to know: "This country needs an enlightened conversation about which rating rules work for what purpose, and why."

Cool, but whenever I write about rating rules, first I take a deep breath, and I say a little prayer . . .

A decision by leading New England clubs to create a 2007-season IRC/PHRF split at PHRF


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Boatworks

Silent Driver

by Sail Staff, Posted January 18, 2007
The Tiller Trimmer is a simple self-steering device for tiller-steered boats. Mount it on your tiller, run a control line from one side of the cockpit to the other through the Tiller Trimmer, and you can lock the tiller in place by tightening the unit’s control knob. The device, made of N6 Nylon, has a ball-bearing Delrin sheave that evenly feeds the control line into the control knob, regardless
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Gear and Reviews

ONLINE POLL: More Patriotism?

by Sail Staff, Posted January 18, 2007
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Trailer Upgrade 2.0

by Sail Staff, Posted January 10, 2007
Carpet tacked to your trailer’s wood boat braces takes forever to dry if you sail on the salty, and its looks deteriorate after a season or two. Snaptraxx’s new modular trailer bunk system easily snaps together and encases 2-by-6 lumber without any hardware. SnapTraxx makes two different polymer versions—one allows your boat to slip easily off the trailer once it’s immersed in water, the other
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Facnor's flat deck furler on a J/111

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