Dynamic Dollies & Racks

Feature

Offshore youth wanted for Paris 2024

Published on February 18th, 2020

What began as an effort in 2013 to boost interest in keelboats and offshore sailing for youth sailors, the Young American program continues to expand what’s possible. Day and coastal races on Long Island Sound in ... Read More


Feature

Inboard Engines: Stuffing Box Care

Published on February 18th, 2020

For more than 35 years, Practical Sailor has been taking the guesswork out of boat and gear buying with bold, independent boat tests, and product-test reports for serious sailors and boaters. In this report, Capt. Frank ... Read More


Feature

Exchanging skills with technology

Published on February 18th, 2020

by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing News The ability to look into the wind, and detect its nuances, is hugely impactful within our sport. Which side of the course has more wind? Is the wind direction oscillating ... Read More


Feature

What’s the first reasonable opportunity?

Published on February 18th, 2020

The Racing Rules of Sailing provides for appeals as a mechanism to correct possible protest committee errors in interpreting the rules. In his role as Chair of the US Sailing Appeals Committee, Dave Perry is eager ... Read More


Feature

Benefits of increased membership rule

Published on February 18th, 2020

While the Racing Rules of Sailing have membership requirements within Rule 75.1 for entering a race, they pertain to only the person in charge. However, Australian Sailing, the national sailing authority in that country, has increased ... Read More


Dimension-Polyant

News

Sixteen teams for Bermuda Gold Cup

Published on February 18th, 2020

The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club’s 70th Gold Cup for the King Edward VII trophy returns to its traditional format this year with a field of 16 crews plotting to win the venerable trophy and the lion’s ... Read More


News

Recipients revealed for CCA recognition

Published on February 18th, 2020

Youthful ocean sailors Gregor McGuckin (Dublin, Ireland) and Guirec Soudée (Brittany, France) have been named winners of two of the Cruising Club of America’s top awards. These yachtsman join award winner Jean-Luc Van Den Heede, the ... Read More


Video

VIDEO: Ice and Snow Sailing Worlds 2020

Published on February 18th, 2020

The World Ice and Snow Sailing Association Ice and Snow Sailing World Championships is the longest running international competition in the sport of windsurfing – ironic given that windsurfing is a water sport. When winter proved ... Read More


News

Tea Route: Complicated final night

Published on February 18th, 2020

(February 18, 2020; Day 32) – Francis Joyon and the crew of the 31.5m IDEC SPORT maxi trimaran are expected to cross the finishing line for the Tea Route between Hong Kong and London tomorrow morning ... Read More


News

2020 I420 North Americans

Published on February 17th, 2020

In a near repeat of the 2020 I420 North Americans, Justin and Mitchell Callahan (USA) again walked away from the fleet at the 2020 I420 US Midwinter Championship, held February 15-17 in Miami, FL. The Callahans ... Read More



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