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Technique
2016 March 1 - 12:00 am

Some of the best team leaders in the sport share tips on how to always get asked to sail again

 Finding an opportunity to go racing, whether it be on a Hunter 336 for a weekly beer can series or a professionally crewed TP52, can be daunting. All the way through the ranks, most sailboat teams are tight little units with core groups of regulars. Standing on the dock with a sign, or registering with an online crewfinder are ways to get a spot on a boat. Word-of-mouth helps too. But it’s what you make of those opportunities that will determine your racing career trajectory, no matter how small your aspirations.
Features
2014 February 3 - 12:00 am

Staying plugged in helps cruising families catch up for group fun on an annual summer cruise

 Not much distracts a 4-year-old from chasing hermit crabs and building sand castles on a warm-water, soft sand beach, but Charlotte kept looking into the mooring field last August asking, "When are Tim and Carrots coming?"

Perry on Design

  • This gem offers elegance and style in the most distinctive of packages

  • This hybrid power-sailboat may be just the answer in a midsized cruiser

  • A long-range cruiser that comes with an American esthetic for classic appeal

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