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January/February 2010

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December 22, 2009
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Features

Taken for a Ride
After a spin on teh J/95, SW’s judges declared Rod Johnstone’s ultimate shallow-draft chariot their Boat of the Year.
By Dave Reed, Photos by Walter Cooper

Chester Grows Up
In the old days, the sailboat racing in Chester, Nova Scotia, was about getting fish to market. Today, you’ll find one of Canada’s biggest, and best, keelboat regattas.
By Michael Lovett

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An Exercise in Nostalgia
At the 2009 12 metre World Championship in Newport, R.I., owners and enthusiasts refused to let a good thing die.
By Dave Powlison, Photos by J.H. Peterson

Tech Review

Technology
BMW Oracle Racing unveiled its 190-foot wing mast-the biggest such foil ever built-raising the America’s Cup stakes once again.

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Gear
With the new offereings from Harken and Lewmar, the winch wars resume.

Winner’s Debrief
Melges 32 world champion Pieter Taselaar explains what it takes to get up to speed in a new cclass.

Rules
ISAF plugs a few substantial loop-holes in Racing Rules; Dick Rose has the scoop.

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Columns

Editor’s Log
Sailor’s Forum
Starting Line
Jobson Report
For the Record
Contributers
Ask Dr. Crash

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