Racing

The Great Texas 300 Hits the Beach

by SAIL Editors, Posted May 22, 2014

This year marks the 12th running of the Great Texas 300—a marathon event in which many teams are forced to drop out before they even have a chance to truly get going, as their dreams come to grief in the heavy surf of the race’s signature beach starts.


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Designed by Bill Short in 1959, the rugged 12-foot Pelican is ideal for the high wind and chop found on San Francisco Bay, where the boat once numbered in the dozens.


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Maxi-yacht construction in the United States has been pretty anemic since the Great Recession. But with the economy on the mend and the S&P 500’s record-crushing 29.6 percent uptick in 2013, there now appear to be some “green shoots” out there


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The Atlantic Cup returns to the Eastern Seaboard this month, with seven Class 40 monohulls set to compete. As in years past the regatta will begin with a doublehanded offshore race from Charleston, South Carolina, to...


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Ted Hood’s legacy endures through his nephew Chris Hood who has been designing and building boats for over 20 years, including the award-winning daysailer, the C.W. Hood 32. Chris’s company, C.W. Hood Yachts, is based in Marblehead, Massachusetts.


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