June 21, 2012First You Have to Row a Little BoatInspired by an article in Cruising World, a reader builds pint-sized dinghies for his grandchildren.Rating:5
September 11, 2012Ranger’s Refit—and the Real Rewardsby Jim CarrierInspired by the fateful day of September 11, 2001, this sailor brings his old 35-foot Allied Seabreeze to life for a transatlanic journey.Rating:4
December 30, 2010Seven Tips to Help You Sell Your Boatby Bill SpringerSeveral experienced yacht brokers explain the art and science of selling a used boat in a buyer’s market.Rating:4
January 31, 2012Replacing Batteries? Do Your Homework Firstby Ed ShermanNew electricity-storage technology has introduced benefits—and issues—that you’ll want to weigh carefully when planning a refit or considering the purchase of a new boat. "Systems" from our February 2012 issue.Rating:3Related tags: Refits
July 18, 2012Multimeter Resistance Function: Ohmsby Steve D'AntonioThe final part of our series on understanding and using multimiters examines the resistance function and how it can be used for various troubleshooting and repair procedures. Monthly Maintenance from our August 2012 issue.Rating:1
May 20, 2013Ready or Not?by Ben Zartman“Ready to go yet?” I heard the question over and over today. Fair enough—we’ve been ‘getting ready to cruise’ ever since leaving the boatyard several blog posts ago, and have Tuesday as our target sailing date.Rating:0
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