When it comes to utter foolishness, there's nothing quite like trying to predict the future. While Old Testament prophets had to bat a thousand to keep their heads, this month's objective merely calls for a reasonably defensible and probably obvious position based on current trends in boating.
After a visit to The Landing School in Arundel, Maine, I, like most first-time visitors, came away thoroughly impressed with the school, the staff and the students.
Boston BoatWorks and MJM Yachts team up on vessels that marry the best attributes of speed and weight
When you get four sailors together to build powerboats, interesting things can happen. In my experience, sailors tend to develop an appreciation for and sensitivity to the elements that many powerboaters never do - wind and current, set and drift, stage of the tide, phase of the moon. Powerboaters, with the advent of GPS, may be aware of where they are geographically, but not necessarily nautically and situationally to the degree sailors are.
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