by Rachel Kashdan, Posted August 12, 2014From an app that analyzes your baby’s cry to one that can determine if a watermelon is ripe, there seems to be little an app cannot do. So why not use apps to lend a hand to the planet? Here are three apps that help ocean-lovers do their part to save the seas.
by SAIL Editors, Posted August 5, 2014The latest version of Helly Hansen’s Hydropower 4 deck shoes for women includes open-mesh, breathable uppers and a structural overlay to protect
by SAIL Editors, Posted August 5, 2014Today’s foul weather gear is great stuff but can be overkill if all you have in mind is a summer day sail. Enter the Men’s Windbreaker from North Sails Gear, a jacket that is as good-looking as it is comfortable.
by SAIL Editors, Posted August 1, 2014Gill’s Coastal line of foul-weather gear offers top-end protection for the entire family, including junior sailors.
by SAIL Editors, Posted July 19, 2014Suunto’s Ambit2 is a lightweight GPS athletics watch that provides route navigation and tracking.
by SAIL Editors, Posted July 18, 2014West Marine’s Regatta Timer Watch with built-in compass is exceptionally user-friendly, with a ring of digital black boxes along the perimeter of the face to indicate seconds
by Sail Staff, Posted July 18, 2014West Marine’s Digital Tide Watch not only displays both high and low tides, it also includes a tide prediction function presented in the form of a digital, easy-to-understand graph.
by SAIL Editors, Posted July 16, 2014Straightforward and reliable, the Gill Race Watch is exactly what sailors expect in a quality watch. Made of carbon-reinforced ABS plastic, it’s durable and water resistant to a depth of 98 feet
by SAIL Editors, Posted July 16, 2014Garmin’s Quatix watch, which won a SAIL Pittman Innovation Award earlier this year, is equipped with a truly dazzling array of features, including GPS
by SAIL Editors, Posted July 10, 2014Ocean Racing’s Optimum Time OS315 sailing watch remains a classic with its oversized, easy-to-read digits.