Boat of the Year 2011
The RS100, aka the little singlehander that could, stood toe-to-toe with some much larger compatition at SW’s annula Boat of the Year awards, and walked away as the year’s best new boat.
By Dave Reed, Photos by Walter Cooper
With Dawn Riley taking over as executive director, Oakcliff Sailing Center has nearly everything in place to become a nexus of competitive sailing. The final piece of the puzzle could be you.
by Herb McCormick
Jim Sagerton has been racing his J/35 for 25 years. He’s learned a lot about winning during that time, even more about having fun.
By Angus Phillips, Photos by Skip Brown
BMW Oracle Racing’s Scott Ferguson brings you inside the syndicate’s effort to create the first on-design wing sail.
Long Island Sound sailmaker Steve Benjamin rescued a mid-range IMS racer and turned it into a n IRC weapon.
GPS unites that call the line and winches that spin in reverse were among the products on display at fall boatshows** **
From the Experts
Match Raceres live and die by the leebow. Cup winner Ed Baird has the nuts and bolts of this game-changer.
It’s just like school. The more homework you do, the better the test result. Steve Hunt lays out a pre-start routine.
Sometimes you just ahve to yell, or hail, But what should you say? And when Dick Rose has the answers.
Ask Dr. Crash