by Adam Cort

Adam Cort is SAIL’s executive editor. He lives and sails in the Boston area.

Spinlock’s new XTR Reactor Clutch is engineered specifically for today’s small-diameter lines, not only hanging onto them better, but releasing them under better control as well.

Portable Nav Lights

by Adam Cort, Posted April 30, 2013
Norway’s Navisafe offers a number of portable battery-powered U.S. Coast Guard-approved running lights, including a white standard navigation light, a Navi TriColor light and, most recently, the Navi rescue light.

Wireless AIS

by Adam Cort, Posted April 29, 2013
You can now access critical AIS information the conventional way—via a chartplotter and NMEA or USB connection—or wirelessly using a smartphone or tablet with Vesper Marine’s Class B AIS XB-8000 WiFi transponder.

On-the-Go Puppy Potty

by Adam Cort, Posted April 24, 2013
It’s windy, rough and pouring rain, and as you watch your neighbor row “Bowser” to shore, you look at your own canine chum and think—time to pull out the Pet Loo.

Pain-free Pumping

by Adam Cort, Posted April 22, 2013
Oil changes are vital to keeping your engine running its best. But traditional oil transfer pumps, boat oil pumps and oil extractors are often difficult to use.
Get the latest updates, photos and video from 2013 Sperry Top-Sider Charleston Race Week. Executive Editor, Adam Cort, was on scene following the progress of SAIL's Best Around the Buoys team InfraRed and shares exclusive footage of the regatta.
Five industry professionals provide tips on ensuring your boat is ready for the season.

Shiny Canvas Covers

by Adam Cort, Posted April 14, 2013
Pity the poor boat cover that gets coated with an assortment of filth, including grit, mold, bird droppings and any filth that happens to fall from the sky.

Garmin's Quatix GPS Watch

by Adam Cort, Posted April 11, 2013
The Quatix GPS watch is waterproof to 50 meters and puts an incredible amount of information right on your wrist, including everything from course over ground (COG) and velocity made good (VMG) data to an anchor-dragging alarm.

Volvo Comes to Newport

by Adam Cort, Posted April 8, 2013
The 2014-15 Volvo Ocean Race is fast taking shape, with a U.S. stopover set to take place in Newport, Rhode Island, in May 2015.
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