Let's Go Sailing!Related tags: Seamanship | How-To | Bareboat | Article | Boat Handling
by Jen Brett
Whether you've set your sights on learning to sail, baby's first bareboat charter, or casting off for bluewater adventures, a school close by can provide classroom and hands-on instruction that fits your goal and budget. From our May 2012 issue.
January 18, 2013Simply Indispensable: The Best Boat Equipmentby Wendy Mitman Clarke and John ClarkeAfter four years of full-time cruising, the Clarkes share the gear and equipment that have been worth their salt aboard Osprey. 'Hands-On Sailor' Seamanship from the January 2013 issue of Cruising World.Rating:5
January 17, 2013Reader Tip: Use Denture Tablets for Onboard Cleaningby Carolyn ShearlockStubborn stains on your cookware? Missing your dishwasher? Try this unconventional approach to deep clean hard-to-wash items.Rating:0Related tags: reader tips
January 15, 201316 Months Out: The Cost Of Cruisingby Michael RobertsonBefore we left, I projected our rich new lifestyle would be had for less than the U.S. government’s poverty level for a family of four ($23,050 in 2012). I was wrong (so far).Rating:0
January 14, 2013Q&A With Jimmy Cornell About the Blue Planet Odysseyby Cw EditorsThe Blue Planet Odyssey, Jimmy Cornell's latest undertaking, is an around-the-world rally that is focused on raising awareness of the effects of global climate change. See Jimmy at the Strictly Sail Chicago boat show on Saturday, January 26th at 4:45 pm.Rating:0
January 9, 2013Day 78: Toward AND AROUND(!) Cape Horn!by Jeanne SocratesOn Monday, January 7, intredpid solo-sailor Jeanne Socrates rounded Cape Horn during her third attempt at a non-stop, unassisted circumnavigation beneath the five Great Capes. And, oh yeah, she's 70 years old.Rating:0
January 8, 2013How Not to Install a Self-Steering Windvaneby Cap'n Fatty GoodlanderMonitoring One’s Progress Toward the Loony Bin: On a quest for self-steerage, our intrepid do-it-yourselfers attempt the impossible in the most unfeasible manner. On Watch from the December 2012 issue of Cruising World.Rating:0
January 7, 2013Torqeedo Travel 1003 Electric Outboard: Banishing the Fumesby Webb ChilesAfter a whiff of gas from an outboard engine sends this experienced circumnavigator in search of electric power, he files this report on his experiences with one model, the Torqeedo Travel 1003. Sail Green: Product Review from our December 2012 issue.Rating:0
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