October 19, 2010Knocked Down, But Never Outby Herb MccormickA roving Editor at Large catches up with past CCA Blue Water Award winners in New Zealand.Rating:0
October 14, 2010Five Rescued from the Chesapeakeby From U.s. SailngAn alert skipper and his fast-thinking crew receive Arthur B. Hanson Rescue Medals for their efforts. From our October 14, 2010, CW ReckoningsRating:0
October 14, 2010A Man on a Missionby Alvah SimonGiven a Fijian island, a cruising couple embarks on building an empire to call their own. From "The Roger Henry Files" for our October 14, 2010, CW ReckoningsRating:0
October 13, 2010They're Backby Mark PillsburyYou don't have to be special to toss the lines, you just have to toss them. From the "Editor's Log" from our September 2010 issueRating:0
October 5, 2010Filet Mignon of the Seaby Antonia MurphyThe secret to cooking dark-fleshed bonito is just pretend it's steak! From "People and Food" from our July 2010 issueRating:0
October 5, 2010Teen circumnavigator to speak in Annapolisby Bill SpringerZac Sunderland was 17 years old when he completed a solo-circumnavigation last year, and he'll be speaking about the adventure at the Annapolis boat show later this week.Rating:0
September 29, 2010E.P.A. to Decide on Allowing More Ethanol in Fuelby Boat U.s.BoatUS urges boaters to speak out. A report from our September 30, 2010, CW ReckoningRating:0
September 28, 2010Rewards Unexpectedby Mark PillsburyChartering is always a unique experience and brings us away from our land based lives. From the "Editor's Log" in our August 2010 issueRating:0
September 23, 2010Meet the Cat Convertsby Katie CoolbaughMore and more sailors out here, says this veteran cruiser, started out aboard monohulls and ended up on catamarans. The conversion processes varied, but the end results are the same. From "Passage Notes" from our June 2010 issueRating:0
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