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Features
2015 March 3 - 12:00 am

Thanks to an innovative acoustic signaling system, blind sailors are able to race by themselves, giving them back the independence they lost along with their sight

Kris Scheppe met his crewmates for the world championship regatta just days before the three men would compete against some of the best sailors in the world. Scheppe, Scott Ford and Jim Kerr had only
Launchings
2015 February 1 - 12:00 am
There is a laundry list of things that make a sail-training boat great and most of them are based on compromises. It needs to be big enough to be comfortable for an instructor and at least a few stude
Technique
2014 October 1 - 12:00 am

Keeping it simple, casual and fun in a relaxed fleet will make you enjoy your boat even more

For many sailors, the world of sailboat racing is completely foreign. It can be an intimidating experience filled with complicated rules, fancy gear and packed starting lines filled with yelling. And
Boat Test
2014 September 16 - 12:00 am

Beneteau’s new 38-footer gives buyers options to customize a boat that comes with sparkling performance and stylish design

There was a time when only the largest production boats were customizable. But why should only owners of big boats get what they really want in an affordable production boat? Beneteau recognized owners’ desires to have the boat they want, without much compromise, regardless of its size, and in doing so have managed to create a 38-foot boat that sails and feels like a much bigger boat.

Perry on Design

  • This sexy offshore racer-cruiser has plenty of power for racing combined with simple cruising comfort

  • Built in aluminum, this centerboarder is ready for thin-water cruising

  • his sexy-looking center-cockpit cruiser is built to last

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