by Kimball Livingston
All on assignment, Kimball Livingston has sailed the oceans blue. And he's been to Fink, Texas, too.
SAIL, the first issue in the history of the magazine that does not bear the name Charles E. Mason III on the masthead. “Chip” as his oldest friends call him, was a founding editor. Issue number one hit the stands in February, 1970 and I do mean hit. There is a whole generation of sailors