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2020 March 1 - 12:00 am

March 2020

FeaturesConfessions of a serial owner Looking back on a collection of well-loved but not-quite-right boats Sailing into the season An illustrated guide to fitting out Stranger danger Hitching a r
Technique
2020 March 1 - 12:00 am

Steering problems are serious but many can be avoided with routine maintenance

Steering problems are almost always serious and can quickly rise to the level of an emergency. But most problems can be avoided with regular inspections and maintenance. Steering systems are extremel
Features
2020 March 1 - 12:00 am

An illustrated guide to fitting out

 Make the most of the precious sailing season by getting your boat ready to go.  SailsInspect your sails, paying particular attention to high-stress points including the tack, clew and head.
Table of Contents
2020 February 1 - 12:00 am

February 2020

Features  Crazy about the sea At 77, Jeanne Socrates became the oldest person to solo circumnavigate nonstop Cruising to the toe of Italy A shoulder-season cruise of Italy’s southwest coast
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2020 January 1 - 12:00 am

January 2020

Features  Olaf Harken Beloved by many, he helped shape the sailing industry through perseverance, friendship and, of course, blocks The ultimate wedding presentA young couple in sear
Features
2019 December 1 - 12:00 am

The classic Herreshoff-designed S-boat class celebrated its centennial in style

J.H. Peterson photoMembers of the S-boat class don’t consider themselves owners of their boats. They call themselves caretakers of the classic boats that they consider pieces of history. And they ha

Perry on Design

  • This large family cruiser has all the bells and whistles for Catalina fans

  • This handsome design packs all you need for family cruising

  • Blending out-of-the-box thinking with custom elements, this daysailer is a super speedster

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