[May 17, 2012]In this Issue: June 2012
Our June issue will help you master the pointy end.
[March 1, 2013]Time to Embrace the Inner Pirate?
Is a little civil disobedience justified in the name of our oceans?
[October 4, 2012]2013 Boat of the Year Award Nominees Announced
Cruising World and Sailing World magazines announced today at the U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis, Md., their nominees for the 2013 Boat of the Year awards. The BOTY awards recognize and honor the best new sailboat models introduced to the North American market.
[April 30, 2012]Risk, Reward, and Tragedy
Ocean racing tragedies during the Farallones Race and the Newport-Ensenada Race test our understanding of risk and reward.
[January 30, 2013]Third Time's a Charm
After two failed attempts at the Vendée Globe, the Brit Alex Thomson takes third place in the solo nonstop 'round-the-world race. He's the third ever British skipper to finish on the podium, and set a new non-stop 'round the world record for a solo British sailor.
[September 19, 2012]In this Issue: September 2012
Sailing World's September 2012 issue features weather mark tactics, Class 40 racing, and the future of the Volvo Ocean Race.
[April 27, 2012]Offshore Racing Stand-Down
The Coast Guard suspends permits for offshore races following April 14's Full Crew Farallones Race tragedy.
[January 11, 2013]Jobson Junior All-Stars
Of the thousands of talented youth sailors plying racecourses this year, eight caught Gary Jobson's attention because of their results and their dedication to excel. Jobson Report from our January/February 2013 issue.
[September 12, 2012]Almost Perfect
Visions of a fast Vineyard Race and Saturday afternoon finish dashed through my head. Could it really happen? Or was this just another forecast destined to fail?
[May 23, 2013]Safety for America's Cup
America's Cup Regatta Director Iain Murray shared his safety recommendations on May 22 at a meeting with the four competing teams and the America’s Cup Event Authority.
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