by Robbert Das, Posted June 17, 2011Originally published in the February 2009 issueNo one really knows what inspired Harry Young, a 38-year-old British sailor who’d been staying in New York, to sail solo across the Atlantic. It’s also not clear why he made the passage in a small boat he’d designed and built himself and hadn’t bothered to name, though some think Young had been up to some mischief in New York and
by Charles J. Doane, Posted May 22, 2013Chris White, when I first meet him, doesn’t seem like a guy who maybe, just maybe, is on the verge of revolutionizing multihull rig design. I’ve met a lot of yacht designers over the years, and I know that’s what many of them would be telling me right now, flat out, without any maybes. But not Chris.
by Douglas Jones, Posted September 21, 2011This story was originally published in the August 1995 issue of
by Lauren Saalmuller, Posted July 22, 2013These 11 small-boat sailors share their stories to prove that bigger isn't always better, especially when it comes to sailing
by Sarah Eberspacher, Posted October 31, 2011The sailors of old may have filled their free time with activities like scrimshaw and fancy knot work. But during a recent yearlong cruise with her family, 8-year-old Emily Ehlers (now 12) stayed busy creating a new card game, which is now being marketed under the name “Mermaid Beach.” A native of Portland, Oregon, Emily, her parents and two brothers sailed their 42-foot Pearson 424,