After enduring much adversity. California’s amateur crew affirms the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race as the ultimate character builder.
Story and Photos by Abner Kingman
One Wednesday Night in America
Fill your coolers, gaher the crew, and get in on some hump-day, twilight racing from coast to coast
by The Editors
Scows Cheating Death
The M Scow class, nurtured from near extinction by a dedicated core, is once again filling Barnegat Bay starting lines.
By Glen Dickson, photos by Richard Speck
Interview: Andrew Lewis
The young, standout Hawaiian has gleaned the protocols of pro sailing.
by Dave Reed
Pro Rigger Brian Fisher shares a page from his notebook to bring us up to speed on rigging advancements.
The Archambeault-built M34 is the new one-design for France’s grueling Tour de France a la Voile.
From the Experts
The ends of the starting line can be high-risk zones, but not if you’re in control
Steve Hunt has three simple rules to put, and keep, your head in the game.
Old-School Olympian John Bertrand returns to the boat that made him famous.
Dick Rose proposes a novel way to spice up the America’s Cup matches.
For the Record
Ask Dr. Crash