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Chris-Craft finds a fair wind
Prodded by its new owner, Yachtsman Corny Shields, America's best-known maker of motorboats introduces its first sailboat—brisk under canvas but as luxurious as a home
Rescue at Sea
When a boat skippered by Josh Hall (right) began to sink during an around-the-world yacht race, a competitor gallantly saved him
BAD TIME FOR BIG RACERS
Rising costs of labor and materials for ocean racers have brought a shift in the center of gravity of the boating trade and bred a new kind of yachting gentlemen ...
LONG SHOT AT THE CUP
Into the deepest of yachting waters plunges young Russell Long, boldly bidding to defend the America's Cup.
And there is Aristoteles Socrates Onassis' yacht. More than his reputed $300 million, his million tons of tankers and freighters, his whaling fleet, his casino at ...
TIME OF TRIAL FOR FOUR TALL SLOOPS
For two weeksthis July, at about 10 o'clock each morning, a vessel flying the oversizedflags of the New York Yacht Club and its race committee dropped her ...
Last year, when these pictures were taken, 14 ocean-going yachts, trailed by three 16-footers, and a hundred happy sailors participated. They left the bustle of ...
Hardly a painless Dennis
Sailing's man of the hour, Californian Dennis Conner, extracted another impressive victory in the match-racing classic, the Congressional Cup
New clothes for an elegant race's revival
Newport's great traditions keynote summer clothes by the 1957 winner of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED'S American Sportswear Design Award