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In this Issue: October 2011

J Class yachts, Santana 20s, and everything in between. Here's what you'll find in our October 2011 issue.

September 26, 2011
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Sailing World

Sailing World: October 2011

Features
Seared Tuna
A 700-mile road trip from Denver to Oklahoma City brings one trio of sailors closer to the heart of the sport, and each other.
By Dave Reed

A Bloody Good Time
With nearly 16,000 sailors, this year’s Round the Island Race was one of the world’s biggest sailing events, and possibly the most extreme.
By Bruce Gain

The Beauty & The Bickering
A two-boat J Class regatta in Newport showed that the grand dames of sailing can still pack the house, but getting the whole band on stage has proven elusive.
By Stuart Streuli
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Tech Review**
Bella Up To Speed
Taking the Barn Door in the Transpac took a lot more than a week of sailing.

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New Boats
The designs competing for 2012 Boat of the Year honors are a diverse group with one thing in common. Faster is more fun.

Gear Test
A top college sailing team put today’s dinghy footwear to the test.

From the Experts
Tactics
Sailing is a game of infinite variability, but Andy Horton has six ironclad rules that will guide you to better finishes.

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Fundamentals
The finish is in sight. It’s time for Steve Hunt’s primer on dominating the homestretch.

Technique
You’re in front and have no idea what to do. Tim Herzog comes to the rescue.

Rules
When one end of the starting line is also an obstruction, things get tricky.

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

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