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Latest Issue: January 2021

56Sharon Green — The Woman Behind The Lens

Sharon Green consistently presents the world of racing's eye-catching moments from spectacular vantages on the water or high above in a helicopter.

60Mayday! Mayday! Man Overboard

One moment, Niklas Hache was scrambling across the deck of his 22-foot Santana sailboat and the next he was underwater. Fighting the shock from the cold winter water, watching his boat sail away unmanned, Hache found himself adrift in San Francisco Bay.

642020 Season Champions Part 2

Our Season Champions series of features is a bit shorter than in most years — but then so were the championship series themselves.

70Max Ebb: Like Watching Very Fast-Growing Grass Grow

"A yacht may be under tow, e.g. to get up on the foils, until the Warning Signal." I had to read that again to make sure it was real: "A yacht may be under tow, e.g. to get up on the foils, until the Warning Signal."

74The Racing Sheet

We visit EYC's Jack Frost, TYC's Wild Turkey and first Midwinter Race, and BYC's December Midwinters. Sequoia YC reports on their Winter Series and Redwood Cup and recaps the summer and fall of racing south of the San Mateo Bridge.

80World of Charter: Pacific Northwest

We hear from delivery skipper, PNW native, retired foredeck, acceptable at the yacht club, invaluable offshore, and 49 Hawaiian trips — so far — veteran Andy Schwenk about chartering in the Pacific Northwest.

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