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Sailing in fog

Summer sailing and fog seem to be inextricably linked in some parts of the country, and everyone who races or cruises will run into a bank of the gray stuff at one time or another. When you do, your priorities change from making good time toward your destination to not running into other


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SAIL's 2005 Marine Communications Review

by Sail Staff, Posted June 21, 2005
Ben Ellison reveals innovative marine comm products from Lowrance, Standard Horizon, Uniden, McMurdo, Maptech, WeatherWave, and more. Read on in 2005 Marine Communications
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'Round Admiralty Island

by Sail Staff, Posted June 19, 2005

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Boat Reviews

Contest 65CS

by Sail Staff, Posted June 2, 2005
Contest Yachts has been building well-found cruising boats for decades. Its 50-footer is a proven passagemaker with thousands of open-sea miles under its keel. But with the trend clearly moving toward larger semi-custom designs, Contest is offering a new 65-footer that it believes will fill a niche. With a masthead rig and powerful sailplan, the yacht has been designed to perform well over a full
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Boat Reviews

Briand 105

by Carlos Serra, Posted June 2, 2005
It’s a sparkling summer morning in Palma, Mallorca, and the crew of the 105-foot sloop Gliss (derived from the Dutch word glinsteren, which means to shine or glitter with brilliance) is waiting for her owner and his guests to arrive. The cook has already returned from the market with fresh produce, local bread, and freshly caught sea bass. At the appointed hour the owner’s party arrives onboard,
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Facnor's flat deck furler on a J/111

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