The Near-Sinking of Zingaro, and an Unexpected Debate Over YouTube Sailors
Weathering a Global Storm
70The Cruiser's Mindset Adapting to Any Conditions
Most cruisers will tell you that they started with a one- or two-year plan, which evolved into more ocean miles, more countries visited, more money, and more years of their lives.
76Islander 36 Living the (Racing) Life at 50
Fifty years ago, in 1970, the Islander 36 was conceived as a remarkable racer/ cruiser with a state-of-the-art interior, good looks and great performance.
80March Is Mexico Time–PV Race and MexORC
Every two years the opportunity to race a pair of extraordinary events in Mexico comes along.
84Quarantined in Paradise — Puddle Jumpers in Limbo
Most people seem to be hard-wired to pursue personal goals and ambitions of one sort or another. Among sailors, those goals often include travel to exotic, unspoiled places.
88The Scouts of the Sea Sailing on 'Seaward'
At the end of December, as the decade drew to its unofficial close, 10 youth and two adult-leaders from the San Francisco Sea Scouts boarded Call of the Sea's schooner Seaward to embark on a five-day offshore voyage.
92Max Ebb —Time and Tides
There's never any doubt when the keel of a boat under sail finds the mud.
96The Racing Sheet
Seaweed Soup Wraps Up
110Changes in Latitudes
Shindig — Oyster 485, Nancy and Rob Novak, It Takes a Village, Sausalito