December 2010


November 11, 2010


Luxury on a Mission
A crewed charter through St. Vincent and the Grenadines aboard a 75-foot cat blends pampering with charitable acts.
by Elaine Lembo

Ready to Dance Anew
Yacht Style: After two full restorations, the Sparkman & Stephens designed yawl Bolero is stronger and sleeker than ever
by John Rousmaniere


Special Section: Sail Green
In the battle against ocean pollution, it should come as no surprise that onboard eyewitnesses are taking the lead

Dying from Seas of Debris
By Herb McCormick

Sailing for Change
by Dan Pingaro


Mother, Mother Ocean
by Alvah Simon

Tall Ships Carry and Environmental Message
by Jim Carrier



On Watch by Cap’n Fatty Goodlander
Shoreline edited by Elaine Lembo
Off Watch by Wendy Mitman Clarke
Passage Notes by Wending Mitman Clarke
Sailor Profile Liza Copeland
People and Food by R.J. Rabineau

Hands-On Sailor

Sails Deserve a Little T.L.C.
Sailhandling: Check for wear regularly and store them right
by Mark Pillsbury


Marking the Boat
Projects: Visual cues stem to stern improve performance and safety
Beth A. Leonard

Saving Diesel and Dollars
Systems: An onboard wind generator pays for itself, and then some
by Geraldine Foley

Backyard Warrior: The shakedown cruise marks the end of the warrior and the start of the voyager
by Ben Zartman

Don’t Land in Hot Water
Monthly Maintenance: Take steps to control water-heater temperature
by Steve D’Anotonio


Delphia 47
Boat Review: Attention to detail behind the scenes points to a quality build
by Bill Springer

Hylas 56
Boat Review: The larger version of the award-winning 54 means more to enjoy
by Mark Pillsbury

Pearson 38
Classic Plastic: Here’s an easily handled coastal cruiser that’s also comfortable
by Gregg Nestor

Earth-Friendly Gear
New Products: Bottom Paint, biodegradable outboard oil, and more help you leave a clean wake
by Bill Springer


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