Seattle’s sleepy one-design scene awakens when the inaugural Sperry Top-Sider Seattle NOOD Regatta comes to town.
By Dave Reed, Photos by Neil Rabinowitz
2008 Olypmic Preview: Mind Games
Light winds and notorious currents: these are tangible challenges the young U. S. Sailing Team will face. How they handle the pressure of the Games, however, is highly unpredictable. Plus: The Official Guide to the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Sailing Teams.
Smoke on the Water
This annual point-to-point regatta up the coast of Malaysia, known as the Raja Muda, is an altogether foreign experience.
By Herb McCormick
No more excuses. We’ve got five simple ways to simplify and improve your deck layout.
With the new Beneteau First 45 you can race hard today and cruise easy tomorrow.
The latest optical offerings from Kaenon, Maui Jim, and Oakley will have you seeing the wind.
From the Experts
Light Air, heavy traffic: Tony Rey tells you how to outsmart the crowd on your next light-air run.
For the other extreme, Stuart Walker schools us on the essentials of getting upwind fast in heavy-air.
Collisions are inevitable, and Dick Rose takes us through the procedural protocols in times of damage or injury.
Birth of a Maxi Mast
It’s no small feat to build a 186-foot carbon-fiber mast.
Bella Mente, Reichel/Pugh 69
For the Record
Ask Dr. Crash