There are as many paths to a world championship regatta as there are competitors. Some routes are more scenic than others.
by Stuart Streuli
In the heat of competition, Terry Hutchinson’s emotions are firing on all cylinders, but that’s to be expected of a sailor so driven to win.
by Angus Philips** **
The Right Formula
With a blend of controlled development and coed sailing, the Formula 18 class has become the darling of the beach cat sailing scene.
by Bob Merrick, Photos by Geoff Sobering** **
South Beach Sandbox
The RC44** Class brings its act to Miami to show American sailors what European-style, plug-and-play pro-am racing is all bout.
By Stephen Orsini **
Following a fast-pace wing and platform development, the AC45 catamaran is sailing, and quickly at that.
Tacktick ups the wireless-instrument ante with its Maxi displays, and Lewmar brings out its new block adn traveler offerings
From the Experts
Dave Perry gives us four winning match-race moves to try in your next fleet race.
The essence of a good race and the ability to make decisions on the fly, says Steve Hunt, is having a pre-start plan.
Melges 32 adn Melges 24 world champ Federico Michetti explains how to keep your team’s eye on the prize.
A new ISAF case and US SAILING appeal provide further clarity to mark-rounding situations. Dick Rose is on the case.
Ask Dr. Crash