Saturday’s events at the Helly Hansen Sailing World Regatta Series include the popular North Sails Rally Race.
Sailor profiles, interviews, and Q&A stories
A sneak peak into the new June/July multihull issue from CW Editor Andrew Parkinson.
We did it for years, and can share lots of tips for how to do it right.
We started out doing laundry in a 5-gallon bucket. We’re glad that we upgraded.
Australian archaeologists believe they have found the remains of Capt. Cook’s Endeavour just north of Goat Island, but a Rhode Island group is not so sure.
Yes, sailors have the problems of the privileged. They can still sting.
Check out electric motors, repurposed sails and reef-safe sunscreens, and reduce single-use plastics on board.
Get up early and you are likely to see “Big Red” Steinlager 2 out in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf, with students on deck getting her ready for sea.
Chagos? Madagascar? St. Helena? After 50 years of sailing, Cap’n Fatty reminisces about a few of his favorite spots.
Bill Pinkney’s goal was to sail alone around the world to inspire his grandchildren. He never set out to be a pioneer. Then he became one.
Cap’n Fatty Goodlander’s 62 years of living aboard has helped him develop some less-than-traditional home schooling methods for the kids.
After a Pacific adventure, a young couple make plans to refit Mike Plant’s Open 60 Duracell for an extended cruise.