[November 1, 2012]Seawind Cats Sails Onward
After undergoing a business restructuring in its base south of Sydney, Australia, Seawind Catamarans will likely be building its entire line of award-winning cats in Vietnam.
[November 1, 2012]US Sailing Releases Report on Newport-to-Ensenada Race Tragedy
US Sailing has released a report of an independent review panel on its investigation of the sailing accident that occurred on April 28 during the 2012 Newport-to-Ensenada Yacht Race that resulted in the deaths of four sailors aboard Aegean.
[October 31, 2012]The indikon k4: A Hybrid Cat for Cruisers and Fishermen
Five years ago, racing sailor and offshore fisherman Todd Berman came up with a novel idea for a new kind of boat: a hybrid vessel that would combine the pure, clean power of the wind with the comfort and convenience of a highly efficient, easily driven motor yacht—sort of a high-seas Prius that would give its owners the best of both worlds.
[October 31, 2012]Video of HMS Bounty Rescue
Here is some pretty incredible video footage from the U.S. Coast Guard of the rescue of 14 crewmembers off of HMS Bounty during Hurricane Sandy. The U.S. Coast Guard continues to search for he missing captain.
[October 18, 2012]Chesapeake Bay Sailing: Short on Time? Charter for a Few Days
Cruise from the end of February through October out of the new Moorings base at Back Creek, just a few minutes from downtown Annapolis, Maryland.
[October 9, 2012]Editor's Log: All in It Together
When a medical emergency struck in midocean, Derk Wolmuth and his Vindo 40, Bela Bartok, got by with a little help from their friends. Actually, make that a lot of help and from quite a few friends. Editor's Log from our October 2012 issue.
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