Turns out, rushing around the cockpit hysterically doesn’t make for better sailing.
Sailor profiles, interviews, and Q&A stories
Fatty Goodlander knows how to keep a nervous crew member calm: by keeping them busy—and never allow talk of launching the liferaft.
The pandemic taught many people that cruising without quitting work is a real possibility.
James Frederick’s 32 days alone across the Pacific included 1,000 miles without a rudder.
Studying the shells on the world’s beaches adds an extra dimension to cruising life.
A couple enjoy the Keys on their Nor Sea’ 27 as part of their path around the Great Loop.
Two buddy boats set out to find the best lobster roll in New England.
Boat envy is real. The thing is, it can also be entirely surprising.
David Kilmer finds his adventures aboard his Beneteau 36 Liberte turn mere spots on the charts into cherished memories and stories.
“Some of my choices might strike you as stupid – that’s fine. Different folks, different strokes.”
From Iceland and Greenland to Vancouver Island and the Sea of Cortez, CW contributors’ summer plans fill our inspirational sails.
I hadn’t seen a dude decked out in such complete and resplendent tones of emerald since the last time I attended a Boston Celtics game.