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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!
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
August 28, 2009Dockwise Yacht Transport: A Practical Choice for Cruisersby Michael LovettThe 685-foot Yacht Express came to Newport, Rhode Island, loaded with cruising boats making the transatlantic commute.Rating:0
August 19, 2009When Your Boat Gets the Mayday Callby R.j.rubadeauA rescuer's checklist arranged by priority. A supplement to the Special Report in our September 2009 issueRating:0
August 4, 2009Preparing Yourself and Your Boatby Tony BessingerVeteran captain and race-boat navigator Tony Bessinger goes through prepping a boat for an ocean passage top to bottom.Rating:0
July 22, 2009Getting Off the Beaten Track in the Windward Islandsby Don StreetIn Part II of this two-part series, this old West Indies hand suggests some out-of-the-way places to visit on St. Lucia and a good way to get south to the Grenadines. "Hands-On Sailor" from our August 2008 issueRating:0
July 7, 2009Off the Beaten Trackby Don StreetPart I of a two-part series: For a taste of the way the Caribbean used to be, take the tack less traveled. "Hands-On Sailor" from our July 2008 issueRating:0
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