by Peter Bauer, Posted April 10, 2014It was Friday, February 28, when I collected my regular Wild Hogs Viper 640 crew, Buttons Padin and Chris Foley, and left Washington D.C., heading south down I-95 en route to Bacardi Miami Sailing Week.
by SAIL Editors, Posted July 12, 2014While the powers that be are proving frustratingly slow at deciding on a regatta format or final boat design for the 35th America’s Cup, the sailors themselves have been plenty busy fanning out across the globe in search of additional multihull racing experience.
by Hilary Sharp, Posted May 3, 2012In light of the recent accident during the 2012 Farallones Race, US Sailing has created an Independent Review Panel that will be investigating the factors that contributed to the tragedy, at the request of the US Coast Guard.
by Lisa Gabrielson, Posted November 5, 2012In the August, 2012 issue, you might have read a story about my first time flying a spinnaker in a college regatta. I returned to the same offshore regatta in Larchmont, New York, this year, excited to perfect the craft of downwind speed.
by Rod Glover, Posted December 20, 2012The lack of yachting medals in the recent Olympics will undoubtedly spawn many letters and articles. David Schmidt's column "What Went Wrong" in the October 2012 issue of SAIL is not the first and will not be the last.