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Technique
2021 January 1 - 12:00 am

The monohull rules don’t necessarily apply to multihulls, so understand the difference before you set sail

There was a time when multihulls were enough of an oddity that they’d routinely turn some heads as they entered the harbor. Sailors have now embraced the many benefits of multihulls, and more and mo
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2020 December 28 - 12:00 am

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Features  Keeping a legend sailing Two fathers and sons take on a pair of refits to bring new life to an 85-year-old classic Paradise bound, sanctuary found A liveaboard couple finds sol
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2020 November 1 - 12:00 am

November December 2020

Features  Fun for a good cause  Narragansett Bay fills with sailors in the Sail for Hope race  Wizards of wood Van Dam Custom Yachts launches its latest creation, the 44-f
Features
2020 November 1 - 12:00 am

SAILING’s editors share their picks for holiday gift giving

Every sailors needs a great knife. Both of these feature a blunt tip, one-handed opening, and steel that will stand the test of time. Spyderco’s Atlantic Salt Green with integrated shackle key,
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2020 October 1 - 12:00 am

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Features  Farewell to brothers of the sea John Kretschmer shares memories of Larry Pardey and Marvin Creamer  New Boat Showcase Canceled boat shows aren’t keeping manufacture
Features
2020 October 1 - 12:00 am

Canceled boat shows aren’t keeping manufacturers from launching a fleet of fast, fun and exciting new boats

 Leopard 42Designers Robertson and Caine blended the modern appearance of the company’s award-winning Leopard 50 with the styling of its Leopard 53 Powercat to create an ocean-going yacht that�
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2020 September 1 - 12:00 am

September 2020

Features  Searching for Ms. Right Patience and perseverance pays off for a young couple on a quest for the perfect boat Hidden Gems An off-the-beaten-path charter cruise through the
Technique
2020 September 1 - 12:00 am

Chartering has changed in the time of Covid-19, but there are plenty of ways to stay safe onboard

Like everything else, chartering has changed in the pandemic. Charter companies have adapted to help keep customers and staff safe, but more importantly they have found ways to help sailors feel comfo
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2020 July 1 - 12:00 am

July/August 2020

FeaturesLittle Boat, Big AdventureA solo sailor cruises his Hobie 16 through the Gulf of Mexico The Cactus Club For more than 60 years, the Arizona Yacht Club has been racing in the desert
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2020 June 1 - 12:00 am

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Features  Sailing into a pandemic A blissful cruise along in the Sea of Cortez ends abruptly for a cruising family  Putting the fun in fundamentals Women-only conferences are popula
Features
2020 June 1 - 12:00 am

There’s never been a better time to improve your sailing skills in creative new ways

Shorthanded sailing, whether it be racing, daysailing or cruising is a great way to improve your sailing skills.  Sailors know that their sport is uniquely suited to a time of uncertainty, after
Splashes
2020 May 14 - 12:00 am
Harken employees switch gears to make masks for Milwaukee-area healthcare workers.The sailing industry has been through tough times before, the recession and fuel shortage in the 1970s and most recent
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2020 May 1 - 12:00 am
Features  Big fun in a teacup pram The home-built Frosty won over sailors with good performance and affordability Little lugger with a lot of love to give A donated classic continues to
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2020 April 1 - 12:00 am

April 2020

Features  Into the wild A cruise through Alaska’s Prince William Sound brings sailors into the heart of the wilderness Back in the BVI A family returns to a favorite cruising ground where t

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