Increase Your Odds After Activating the EPIRBRelated tags: Seamanship | How-To | Safety | Safety Equipment
by Beth A. Leonard
Before--and after--activating an EPIRB in international waters, take these steps to lengthen the odds that you're safely rescued. "Seamanship" from our November 2011 issue.
August 15, 2008The GPS Broke. Now What?by Andrew BurtonIf you lose your electronic advantage, taking a running fix will help you know where you are and where you're headed. "Hands-On Sailor" from our July 2008 issueRating:0
April 17, 2008Knot Your Shoes Rightby The EditorsThere's more than one way to tie your shoes; we show you two practical alternatives. Supplement to our May 2008 issueRating:0
September 27, 2007Safetey at Sea: 2008 Seminar Scheduleby The Editors--Rating:0
June 26, 2007Announcing Cruising World Waypointsby Michael Lovett--Rating:0
June 20, 2007July 2007by The Editors--Rating:0
June 13, 2007Don't Miss the Summer Sailsticeby Kitty Martin--Rating:0
June 13, 2007Bad News for the Albatrossby Kitty Martin--Rating:0
October 17, 2006Power of the Arrowby John BurnhamTo introduce our November 2006 issue, CW editor John Burnham gives a quick lesson on vectors and their usefulness for navigating in current.Rating:0
May 2, 2006Mainsail Trim Pointsby John BurnhamTrimming the main--its challenges, its benefits, its techniques, and its pleasures--is a theme woven through the fabric of CW's June 2006 issue.Rating:0
December 2, 2004Barnacle Headby Herb MccormickCW's editor, enjoying a solo summer sail on Narragansett Bay, witnesses an encounter between a daysailer and a barge under tow that's by turns kooky, terrifying, and finally comicalRating:0
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