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Jan 04,2016...Journalist-experts are not born. Hugh Whall, our sailing writer-expert, got that way by sailing, sta...
The meanest vamp at sea
The Cal-40 at left is a stock boat right off the dealer's shelf, but she beat out all the fancy custom jobs
Two seagoing Bearcats beat the odds and the kids
The hopelessly confused start shown above, some old-fashioned sailing skill and several pieces of good fortune were the ingredients when
Sailing to victory with a needle and thread
Ted Hood, whose 'Robin' took Class A in a race around Florida, is one skipper who makes his own sails and builds his own boats
'American Eagle' wings her way toward Newport
Bill Luders' new boat crushed her three rivals, 'Nefertiti,' 'Columbia' and 'Constellation,' during the first week of America's Cup trials, but in an unofficial race against a British tanker, she was almost crushed herself
Only three knew where the wind blew
While the East Coast sweltered and a fleet of 85 boats searched in vain for a breeze, three others—'Jubilee,' 'Challenge' and the yawl shown above-sailed a race from Annapolis to Newport in their very own weather
Toughest chicken afloat
Czech refugee Mira Slovak may think himself timid. If so, his record as the nation's top hydroplane racer proves that he is the toughest chicken afloat
Bill Luders has them crying: Beat the bird!
In two sets of trials 'American Eagle' has flicked her tail feathers in the eyes of every other would-be cup defender. Her speed is a testament to the designing skill and intuition of yachting's most modest man
Jan 04,2016...If the first world multihull championships proved anything (which is doubtful), it is that sailboats...
The race problem at Howard is how to win
Jan 04,2016...Spring exploded like an atom bomb over Connecticut's Housatonic River last week as the April tempera...