[June 21, 2012]Carina Wins Second Straight Lighthouse Trophy
Rives Potts’ McCurdy and Rhodes 48-foot Carina takes the first-place St. David’s Lighthouse Trophy for the second time in a row at this year's running of the 2012 Newport Bermuda Race.
[April 9, 2013]Kirby v. Rastegar, The Complaint
Bruce Kirby, Inc., creator of the Laser, filed suit in a Connecticut District Court last month, the latest move in an attempt to claim past due royalties from the Laser's American and European builder (LaserPerformance), and take ownership of the tooling. Here's the official complaint in its entirety, which makes a compelling argument in his favor. LaserPerformance owner Farzad Rastegar, has not made any public statements regarding the complaint.
[November 13, 2012]In this Issue: November/December 2012
Sailing World's November/December 2012 issue features racing in the Vendée Globe, Lake Garda, and San Francisco, along with a first look at the new racing rules.
[June 12, 2012]2012 Sailing Industry Study
The annual report from the Sailing Company—publisher of Sailing World and Cruising World, includes studies on the bareboat charter industry, North American import sailboats, and North American sailing industries.
[April 4, 2013]Speedsailing Chronicles: Joyon Poised
The French solo multihull master Francis Joyon is aiming to own the four biggest speed sailing records, which he calls, appropriately, the Grand Slam.
[October 26, 2011]November/December 2011 Web Extras
Kite racing action, handy apps, the best regatta T-Shirt, and more. Check out all of the web extras from our November/December 2011 issue.
[November 2, 2012]Surviving Sandy: The Moondust Chronicles
Tim Zimmermann battens down the hatches on the Beneteau 36.7 Moondust on the Chesapeake Bay for Hurricane Sandy.
[June 1, 2012]June 2012 Web Extras
All the extra online goodies from our June 2012 issue, including 15 more tips from bowman extraordinaire Matt Cassidy.
[March 19, 2013]Report on Youth Sailing Tragedy
A fatal accident in Annapolis, Md., in 2011 inspired sailing programs across the country to reevaluate safety standards and procedures. Find US Sailing's Independent Panel Report on the incident here, a web extra from our March 2013 issue.
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