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Splashes
2018 November 19 - 12:00 am
Paul Cayard steers while his son Danny gets ready for a jibe.Walter Cooper photo Mother Nature was at her fickle best, but that didn’t stop Star sailors from putting their beautifully restored
Splashes
2018 November 19 - 12:00 am
 Fans of Lego building bricks and sailing, you might want to help out German sailor Matthias Rosenwald get his design to store shelves. The Lego Ideas website is where Lego builders post their cr
Gear
2018 November 1 - 12:00 am
 A new series of multifunction displays from Garmin include a host of new features, including Garmin SailAssist that provides data, display and prerace guidance, built-in sonar on some model
Gear
2018 November 1 - 12:00 am
The Compact Light Retractable Mooring Winch from Harken stows flush completely below deck, but is significantly smaller, taking up about half the space of similar winches on the market. It also weighs
Gear
2018 November 1 - 12:00 am
Skin-safe and reef-safe mineral sunscreen Harken Derm was designed by dermatologist Dr. Edit Olasz Harken specifically for sailors. The mineral sunscreen reflects the sun’s damaging rays before they
Gear
2018 November 1 - 12:00 am
B&G has lightened up their radars and given them a low-profile dome with their new HALO24 pulse compression radar. The radar offers multiple range options, up to 48 nautical miles and can process
Gear
2018 November 1 - 12:00 am
Gill’s new Race Fusion Jacket doesn’t compromise on style, comfort or technology. Made from three layers of waterproof and breathable fabric, this jacket, made for active sailors includes a high-v
Gear
2018 November 1 - 12:00 am
Edson has redesigned its ComfortGrips into adhesive strips, allowing them to be easily placed wherever a handhold requires cushioning and better grip. The kits come in 8-inch and 12-inch strips and ha
Gear
2018 November 1 - 12:00 am
Selden’s new push-button furler has the great advantage of being easily retrofittable on existing Selden Furlex furlers. The Furlex Electric uses a 48-volt electric motor that, by using the included
Gear
2018 November 1 - 12:00 am
Spinlock’s new VITO life jacket and harness is a version of the life jacket Volvo Ocean Race sailors wore that has been modified for every day sailors. It features a hydrostatic automatic inflator,
Gear
2018 November 1 - 12:00 am
The new GoPro HERO7 is petite, waterproof without a special housing and incorporates HyperSmooth video stabilization for sailing videos ready to go viral. It captures Ultra HD 4K resolution video at u
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2018 November 1 - 12:00 am

November/December 2018

FeaturesGifts for SailorsSAILING editors pick the best gear for giving and receiving Beauty of SailRelive the most beautiful moments of sailing in 2018 with the best photography of the year Rescue i
Features
2018 November 1 - 12:00 am

SAILING editors pick great gifts for the sailor in your life

 Serious sailors need serious knives, and Spyderco’s Salt Series of knives fits the bill. This sheepfoot-blade one-handed folding knife is impervious to rust and incredibly light with a nonslip
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2018 October 1 - 12:00 am
Features New boat showcaseA round up of the latest boats that will be showing off at boat shows this seasonLittle boat, big funAttracting top-notch pros and amateurs alike, t
Features
2018 October 1 - 12:00 am

It’s boat show season, and this year there is a range of new boats hitting the shows from Newport to Miami. From a fun inflatable dinghy and a foiling racer to comfy cruisers, our editors share some of the exciting new designs.

It’s boat show season, and this year there is a range of new boats hitting the shows from Newport to Miami. From a fun inflatable dinghy and a foiling racer to comfy cruisers, our editors share some of the exciting new designs.
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2018 September 1 - 12:00 am
Features  Modern day Spanish Armada Rollicking sailing, sublime beaches and new friendships are found on a flotilla charter off Mallorca Cruising back in time Solitude and untou
Features
2018 August 1 - 12:00 am

One-design classes built around camaraderie offer great competition and even better friendships

The myth that one-design racing produces cut-throat competition doesn’t apply to these classic classes. Head to any of the winter circuit regattas, weeknight races or even the national and world championships and you will find a atmosphere that is more like a family reunion than hard-core battle. Built on the philosophy that sailing is better with friends, and that lending a hand with tuning or rigging tips, these one-design classes are bringing new sailors into the sport with “more-the-merrier” attitudes. 
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2018 July 1 - 12:00 am
Features  24 To Land’s End in a little boat One man’s quest to sail around every offshore lighthouse in Britain leads to big adventures in little boats 36 Touch of class One-design clas

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