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In this Issue: March 2011

Terry Hutchinson holds court in our feature section along with J/80s, RC 44s, and Formula 18s.

March 2, 2011
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Sailing World

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Features

Convergent Courses

There are as many paths to a world championship regatta as there are competitors. Some routes are more scenic than others.
by Stuart Streuli

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The Driver

In the heat of competition, Terry Hutchinson’s emotions are firing on all cylinders, but that’s to be expected of a sailor so driven to win.
by Angus Philips** **

The Right Formula

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With a blend of controlled development and coed sailing, the Formula 18 class has become the darling of the beach cat sailing scene.
by Bob Merrick, Photos by Geoff Sobering** **

South Beach Sandbox

The RC44** Class brings its act to Miami to show American sailors what European-style, plug-and-play pro-am racing is all bout.
By Stephen Orsini
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**Tech Review
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Technology
Following a fast-pace wing and platform development, the AC45 catamaran is sailing, and quickly at that.

Gear Box
Tacktick ups the wireless-instrument ante with its Maxi displays, and Lewmar brings out its new block adn traveler offerings

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From the Experts

Tactics
Dave Perry gives us four winning match-race moves to try in your next fleet race.

Fundamentals
The essence of a good race and the ability to make decisions on the fly, says Steve Hunt, is having a pre-start plan.

Winner’s Debrief
Melges 32 adn Melges 24 world champ Federico Michetti explains how to keep your team’s eye on the prize.

Rules
A new ISAF case and US SAILING appeal provide further clarity to mark-rounding situations. Dick Rose is on the case.

Columns

Editor’s Letter
Contributors
Sailor’s Forum
Starting Line
Jobson Report
Gaining Bearing
Ask Dr. Crash

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