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David Schmidt had an exciting time at the Culebra Heineken International Regatta ("El Dragón," page 54), but Caribbean regattas aren't the sole province of locals and sailing journalists. Three big ones—the St. Martin Heineken Regatta (early March), BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival (early April), and Antigua Sailing Week (late April)—have charter (no-spinnaker)
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Ed Baird on the Fast Cats

by Sail Staff, Posted August 9, 2008
By Kimball Livingston

I wasn't far along with my project of the day, querying America's Cup helmsman Ed Baird about sailing these real fast multihulls he's racing nowadays, when he interjected, "A lot of my friends have been asking the same questions you're asking, and yes it's different but it's not so different. I grew up racing Lasers and the like, and when boards


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2008OlympicCrazyGlasses

by Sail Staff, Posted August 9, 2008

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Friendly Competition

by David Schmidt, Posted August 7, 2008

CREEEEEEEEEEK.

Five heads snap toward the boom as an eerie sound emanates from the gooseneck on our Freedom 30. There were once four bolts binding the boom to the fitting, but now only two remain, and, judging from the groans of the metal-on-metal joint, this is one marriage that will likely be separated by death. And soon.

“Traveler up, main out two inches,” barks Rod


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BMW Oracle Appeals Court Ruling

by Sail Staff, Posted August 3, 2008
A terse statement from BMW Oracle Racing announces the expected appeal of last week's court ruling:

Valencia, Spain, 1 August 2008: The Golden Gate Yacht Club (GGYC) said today it has lodged an appeal against this week’s decision of the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court.“We believe the Challenger of Record has to be a real yacht club. It cannot be something


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