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Off the bow I could see Oklahoma. I looked over the stern, and yonder was Texas. Around me whitecaps were building on a special lake that splits the difference between two be-all, end-all rivals, and the name of that body of water says it all. Texoma. Mythology meets mixology.

Surely you know the scripture: “Don’t mess with Texas.”

Surely you know the Oklahoma


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HIHO regatta

by Ryan Jolley, Posted March 9, 2009
"Take your time, nice and slow," said our captain ever time anybody stepped on the dinghy, and it soon became the motto of Bonac Witch, a Moorings 4300 catamaran that served as one of the spectator boats for the 24th annual Highland Spring HIHO Regatta in the British Virgin Islands. For my girlfriend, Taylor, and me, taking it nice and slow was exactly what we
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Ericcson 4 wins in-port race at Qingdao

by Sail Staff, Posted February 11, 2009
Here's a look at the in-port racing action that took place during the Volvo Ocean Race's stopover in Qingdao, China. Photos courtesy of Oskar Kihlborg/Ericsson Racing Team:



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US SAILING recently announced that their 2012 Olympians will be sailing in style. They’ve teamed up with Atlantis WeatherGear, who has agreed to create a new line of on- and offshore garb for the 66 Olympic and Paralympic sailors of US Sailing Team AlphaGraphics. These elite athletes will be vying for Olympic medals in Weymouth, UK in 2012.

Both Atlantis WeatherGear and US SAILING are


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Bahamas Sloop Winds

by Sail Staff, Posted February 5, 2009
Northeast trades: 25 knots, gusting 30. The quarter-wake hissing.

My 29-year-old son, Noah, and I had just shaken out the reef in the mainsail on our little Bahamas sloop and fallen off onto a reach in the lee of Great Guana Cay when we saw the old salt.

Screaming out of the settlement’s harbor, he held the tiller of a sky-blue sailing skiff with a casual at-homeness I have seen only


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