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Join the National Women's Sailing Association at the 12th annual conference, June 1, in Marblehead, Massachusetts. As these photos from previous years show, you'll learn a lot, meet new friends, and have fun!
October 27, 2010Be Preparedby Ed StottWhether you're getting ready to race to Bermuda or equipping your boat for a cruise to the Caribbean, the key ingredient to a successful passage is proper planning and preparation. "Hands-On Sailor" from our November 2010 issue.Rating:4.666665
April 6, 2010The Recovery of Wanderer III part IIby Thies MatzenPart II: In the finale of this two-part series, a network of friends- plus a lighthearted Italian connection-all rise to the occasion. A feature from our March 2010 issueRating:0
March 11, 2010The Rescue of Wanderer IIIby Thies MatzenWhen the 30-foot Bermudian-rigged wooden sloop once owned by Eric and Susan Hiscock is caught on the barrier reef outside Nouvelle-Calédonie, a maelstrom of quick actions and overwhelming emotions ensues.Rating:0
February 17, 2010In the Eye of the Stormby William BartonA Fastnet Race crewmember recounts his wild and battering ride aboard Imp during the notorious and fatal 1979 dash across the Celtic Sea. "Hands-On" Sailor from our November 2009 issueRating:0
December 10, 2009Cruising Lessons from an Offshore-Racing Veteranby Gary JobsonHere's what the Volvo Ocean Race taught Jerry Kirby. A feature from our November 2009 issueRating:0
November 24, 2009Guns on Board?by Bill SpringerIt's a volatile topic. Are they a good thing or not? We want to hear from you. "Community Spotlight" from our November 25, 2009, CW Reckonings.Rating:0
November 24, 2009A Close Call with Piratesby Webb ChilesQuick thinking, a defensive mindset, and evasive actions foil would-be attackers 100 miles south of Java. "Hands-On Sailor" from our October 2009 issueRating:0
September 16, 2009A Cruising Sailor's Guide to Ralliesby Bill SpringerA guide to cruising rallies for those looking to cruise in company. A special feature from our September 2009 issueRating:0
September 9, 2009The Caribbean Caravanby Tom LinskeyDoes the annual Caribbean 1500 cruising rally make sailing south safer or just more fun? This veteran cruiser-and rally newbie-signed up to find out. A feature from our September 2009 issueRating:0
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