Ken Read Clark Hatches A Record Slayer Feb 28th, 2014 By Sean Mcneill WHAT’S LENGTH GOT TO DO WITH IT? In the case of Jim Clark’s new ocean racer under construction at Hodgdon Yachts in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, quite a lot, or so says skipper… Volvo Ocean Race: Scheds Change the Game Aug 28th, 2012 By Ken Read Position reports and fleet tracking for ocean races are fine and good for friends, fans, and the media, but on the racecourse, knowing what others are up to dilutes the… Freeway to Memory Lane Jul 30th, 2012 By Ken Read A second visit to sailing's most demanding racecourse serves as a reminder that to be there is one thing, to return unscathed is another. "Gaining Bearing" from our June 2012… A French Affair Gets Personal Jul 2nd, 2012 By Bruce Gain The Pro-Am events of the Volvo Ocean Race are meant to be a fun way for passengers to try sailing a Volvo Open 70. Blogger Bruce Gain learns that for PUMA skipper Ken Read,… Built to Last Apr 12th, 2012 By Dave Reed PUMA Ocean Racing's Ken Read gives us the low down on this "bullet proof" inventory, and why his onboard sewing machine is gathering cobwebs. When Things Go Bad Oct 21st, 2011 By Ken Read Rambler 100’s capsize, and the rescue of all 21 crew, provides a few lessons in safety, even for this seasoned offshore racer. "Gaining Bearing" from our October 2011 issue.