Holiday Gift Guide from SAIL 2014 - Sail Magazine

Holiday Gift Guide from SAIL 2014

Once again, the editorial staff at SAIL magazine has been keeping an eye out all yearlong for bits of gear and other neat products that would make for great gifts during the holiday season.
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Something for the sailor on everyone's list

Once again, the editorial staff at SAIL magazine has been keeping an eye out all yearlong for bits of gear and other neat products that would make for great gifts during the holiday season. The resulting list includes something for everybody, from affordable stockings stuffers to something with a little more pizzazz for that someone special. Most import of all, happy holidays from everyone here at SAIL, and best of luck in 2015!


Wide-eyed Wonders: Steiner glasses Navigator Pro line


Timeless Functional Elegance: Weems & Plath Clocks


For Frightful Weather: Foul-weather Gear


‘Real’ Holiday Spirits: Real McCoy Spirits


What Lurks Below! Clear Blue Hawaii kayaks


Curl Up With Two Great Books About the America’s Cup & Tall Ships Today


Fine Wine Storage: Vinnebago


Hobie Style, with an Eco Twist


York River Traders: The Mariner Rope Belt


West Marine Tactical LED Rechargeable 1,006-Lumen Flashlight


West Marine: Navigator Jacket for Men

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