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Looking forward to a summer of fun on the water? Here we take a look at everything from flip flops and floppy hats to inflatable kayaks and SUPs.
July 6, 2009Don't Be Tight When Buying Clampsby Steve D AntonioSelecting high-quality marine-grade clamps will help keep water out of the boat and fluids in their hoses. "Hands-On Sailor" from our June 2009 issueRating:0
April 28, 2009Broadband Radar Debuts in Miamiby Ben EllisonA new-generation navigation tool gets its official rollout and wins the mega-splash award at winter's biggest boat show. An electronic review from our May 2009 issueRating:0
March 9, 2009Bluewater Gear: Nine Life Rafts Reviewedby Mark PillsburyCW editors launched rafts from seven manufacturers and climbed aboard. A special "Hands-On sailor" from our November 2008 issueRating:0
March 4, 2009New Tricks for the VHFby Tony BessingerIf you've equipped your boat with a current-generation radio, Rescue 21 can now take the "search" out of SAR. A gear review from our November 2008 issueRating:0
January 27, 2009Transatlantic Personal-Gear Testby Andrew BurtonSailing from the Caribbean to the Med, our resident delivery skipper reports on the new clothing and gear he put to work. A gear review from our October 2008 issueRating:0
January 16, 2009Smooth Sailing While Installing a Windlassby Mark PillsburyWith the right tools and some planning, bringing a powerful new crew member to the foredeck is a very doable job. From "Hands-On Sailor" from our December 2008 issueRating:0
January 15, 2009Plan Ahead and Play It Safeby Steve D AntonioWith a carbon-monoxide detector installed on your boat, you can ensure that you'll be warned should this deadly gas creep aboard. From "Hands-On Sailor" in our February 2009 issueRating:0
January 6, 2009Cleaning Up the Yardby Mark PillsburyEnvironmental regulations, liability, and the quest for clean water have changed the landscape at U.S. marinas. A "Sail Green" Feature from our December 2008 issueRating:0
January 2, 2009Stoking the Firesby Herb MccormickA chilly sailor ends his woes by building a custom soapstone coal stove. From "Hands-On Sailor" in our January 2009 issueRating:0
December 15, 2008Cruising without the Fridgeby Beth A. LeonardStowage charts for provisions to help you have fresh food for your passages. From "Hands-On Sailor" in our January 2008 issueRating:0
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