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Camping Gear for Sailing

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Check out some of these small-boat add-ons and make yourself better prepared for that next overnight on the hook—or on the beach. 

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Pro Drybag from Subtech Sports

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Cobb Premier Grill

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Magna Compact Kitchen

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Escapist Tarp

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Thermacell Camp Lantern

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Big Kahuna Portable Showers

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AIRIS HardTop inflatable SUP

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Read Shallow-water Beach Cruising in a Small Sailboat

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The Nuts and Bolts of Sail Camping

August 2015

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