Zhik’s newest smock and salopette combination are packed with refined features for sportboat sailing.
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Need a better changing system for getting dressed for sailing? Gill Marine has a good solution.
College sailing coach and Sunfish North American champion sailor Amanda Callahan tests and reviews Mustang Survival’s Women’s Helix Dry Suit. Two thumbs up.
The salopette’s versatility is what makes it an ideal piece of gear.
To expand the possibilities of life on the water, technology and electronics are essential. And once you choose your electronics, their potential can only be maximized through understanding. To help you on that journey, we have created a digital destination dedicated to this category. Best Marine Electronics & Technology (BMET) is a new comprehensive resource powered by the most respected media titles in the marine industry, including sailingworld.com.
As boats become faster, impact become greater, which has many sailors accepting helmets as standard equipment.
Looking for a clean way to keep a traveler-mounted, tied mainsheet block upright? At a recent MC Scow event, I discovered what many scow sailors are doing.
The more you explore the depths of your autopilot’s capabilities, the better your own ability to sell the boat to its peak efficiency, especially when racing shorthanded.
However you like to hit the water, West Marine has you covered.
For dinghy sailing, this this and comfortable neoprene top could be your go-to piece of kit all summer long.
If you’re seeking a reliable co-skipper that can deliver to the targets all watch long, without any relief, you’re in luck because modern autopilots are faster and more reliable than even the best professional hand on the helm.
North Sails goes all in with its new foul weather range, delivering what should be top-of-the line gear that’s built to last.
It’s always cool when a sailboat hardware company can be nimble—recognizing a need, quickly tooling up and starting production, all within a few months. Case in point is Harken’s new 13mm ball-bearing car, which became available this past April.
New through-deck attachment systems engineered for a variety of hookups.
In this web series of technical articles highlighting some of the major controls generic to most keelboats, we’ll use the 5.5 Metre as a platform to explore various key controls, what they do, and how and why they’re set up as they are.