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Gear watch
2015 December 8 - 12:00 am
 High-speed internet access while sailing is not always possible. The new Neptu Link offers a solution that they say is “as easy and affordable as at home.” The device incorporated two antenn
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2015 December 8 - 12:00 am

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FeaturesRetrofits SAILING Magazine’s annual guide explores the challenges of updating a Bristol 32, Manta 42  and Catalina 36   Gifts for sailors Editors’ picks for gifts
Gear watch
2015 November 10 - 12:00 am
 Hubbell Marine's new 30A/125V Twist-Lock Circuit Tester takes the guesswork out of shore power when coming in to port.  This new handy device plugs in to any 30A/125V locking receptac
Gear watch
2015 November 9 - 12:00 am
 Ronstan Clear Start watches have been a “must have” for racers for several years. The easy-to-read displays, intuitive countdown mode, and one button synchronization are some of the reasons
Technique
2015 August 17 - 12:00 am

Know how to perform this sailing basic correctly for better sets and the admiration of crewmates

 Folding a sail is a task that sailors do every day, on the dock or on the deck, and while it won’t make or break you as a sailor, knowing how to fold a sail correctly will make your sails last longer, make them easier to set and ingratiate you to the rest of the crew.
Features
2015 August 17 - 12:00 am

SAILING's editors roundup the best new boats you'll see at boat shows this year

SAILING's editors round up some of the best new boats you'll see at boat shows this fall. Click through to see them all. 
Splashes
2015 July 1 - 12:00 am

Key West to Cuba Hobie Cat Race

The only thing better than organizing the first sanctioned sailboat race between Key West and Havana is winning it. Key West sailor and eco-tour operator George Bellenger knows what both feel like.
Launchings
2015 July 1 - 12:00 am
Monohull one-design racing is as popular as ever, but it can be harder to find affordable one-design multihulls, especially trimarans. Corsair Marine aims to change that with its Pulse 600, a trailera
Gear watch
2015 June 15 - 12:00 am
 We've seen sailcloth used for everything from duffle bags to sun shades, but in one of the most stylish incarnations of upcycled sails, now there are flip flops you can don to show off your sai
Launchings
2015 June 1 - 12:00 am
A Seascape 27 won the doublehanded division of last year’s Chicago-Mackinac race, so there is no doubt about its racing credentials. A lot of boats fall into the racer-cruiser classification, b
Features
2015 June 1 - 12:00 am

Performance and style are hallmarks in boats sized to make getting on the water easier than ever

Melges 14 This singlehander was designed Reichel Pugh Yacht Design, the same firm that designed the Melges 32 and Melges 24. 
Features
2015 June 1 - 12:00 am

Thriving one-design classes have found the right formula to keep sailing flourishing

It’s been a tough decade for sailing. Between 2004 and 2014, one-design class participation declined 12%, and according to US Sailing, this is reflective of the sport as a whole. One-time and would-be sailors are still reeling from the recent recession’s economic aftershocks, and they’re experiencing dwindling amounts of free time while facing an exploding number of options for the limited time that’s left. Longtime sailors have left the sport, youth sailors stop after college and newbies are staying on land.

Perry on Design

  • This offshore cruiser meets the demands of the Pacific Northwest and its curmudgeonly owner

  • A way-out-of-the-box cruising catamaran has no speed limit

  • New flagship for the Oceanis line has speed and comfort in a stylish package

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