October 26, 2012When the Wrong Sail is the Right Sailby Cap'n Fatty GoodlanderCall it fate, karma, or kismet. Call it whatever you like, but some encounters, and the sails that turn up with them, are meant to be. From our October 2012 issue.Rating:0
October 9, 2012Editor's Log: All in It Togetherby Mark PillsburyWhen 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.Rating:0
September 25, 2012Preparing for a Pacific Voyageby Tyson BottenusTrepidation. I get antsy in the days just before I go offshore. There’s so much mental preparation. I leave October 2nd for a six week research expedition aboard the SSV Robert C. Seamans, a 134 ft. schooner brigantine operated by Sea Education Association to explore "The Great Pacific Garbage Patch."Rating:0
September 24, 2012Books on Kindle: Boat Dollars Foundby Cap'n Fatty GoodlanderA free-WiFi discovery in Yap kindles a writer’s windfall of sorts, and that, in turn, launches the search for The Boat. On Watch from our September 2012 issue.Rating:0
September 12, 2012The Descendantsby Peter NicholsOn a square-rigger voyage across the Atlantic with heirs of the protagonists from the legendary HMS Beagle—Lieutenant Robert FitzRoy and naturalist Charles Darwin—the real and the surreal are barely distinguishable. From our September 2012 issue.Rating:0
August 13, 2012One-Pan Asian Pork: Ooh La La!by Sandi ShiretA foray into a French outdoor market yields both an unexpected surprise as well as ingredients for an easy, warming meal. People and Food from our September 2012 issue.Rating:0
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