After 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.
Trepidation. 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 SSVRobert C. Seamans, a 134 ft. schooner brigantine operated by Sea Education Association to explore "The Great Pacific Garbage Patch."
In the wake of the carnage that occurred en route to Bermuda in the fall of 2011, Caribbean expert Don Street offers what he believes are far better plans for southbound cruisers. "Seamanship" from our March 2012 issue.
The journey of Tioga began in Nahant, Mass., as when Philip Kersten and his five mates shoved off the back side of a rainy low and pointed the bow southeast, bound for St. George, Bermuda. Part I of "Caribbean Bound on a Budget" from our September 2011 issue.