by Lauren Saalmuller
Lauren Saalmuller is SAIL's Assistant Editor. She sails in both New England and Fire Island.
by Lauren Saalmuller, Posted October 30, 2013After facing a dismasting just off the coast of Spain during a 1,000-mile Mini Transat qualifier last April, which resulted in being airlifted, hospitalized and left him with several broken bones in his left hand, skipper Jeffrey MacFarlane has overcome the odds and is the only American to be sailing in the 2013 Mini Transat.
by Lauren Saalmuller, Posted October 21, 2013The weather may not have been the best, but on October 16, during a rainy, light-air day off Hawaii, U.S. sailor Bora Gulari did what no American has been able to do in over half a century—win a second International Moth World Championship.
by Lauren Saalmuller, Posted October 2, 2013Just after ORACLE defeated Team New Zealand in the final race of the 34th America’s Cup on Sept. 25, Australia’s Hamilton Island Yacht Club (HIYC), led by famous sailor and winemaker Bob Oatley, challenged for the 35th America’s Cup.
by Lauren Saalmuller, Posted September 17, 2013While the races of the AC34 were postponed on August 17-18, 2013, 25 youth O’Pen BIC sailors took on the blustery weather to show off their skills in a Hi-Wind Slalom course at the America’s Cup Village Marina Green in San Francisco, CA.
SOLAS regulations—and hope we’ll never have to use them. In fact, it’s illegal to use them, unless you’re experiencing an actual emergency or have received permission from the proper local authorities.
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