If the trend in sailboat racing, for the foreseeable months, is small boats and fewer crew, it’s a perfect time to drag out that beater from behind the barn—or buy the new doublehander you’ve always wanted—and go racing. No one-design fleet? No problem. Portsmouth Yardstick dinghy racing is getting an injection on the backend from US Sailing. This week’s guest is handicap-racing maestro Nathan Titcomb, who explains how this summer can be the summer when American handicap dinghy racing rises from the ashes. PY. Because you can.