Tragedy in the Bass Strait
On Dec. 26, 1998, 115 sailboats set out on the annual race from Sydney to Hobart. It’s Australia’s most popular yacht race and a difficult 630 miles in good conditions.
Cruising guides for the new year
The 2012 editions of Dozier’s Waterway Guides — Chesapeake Bay, Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, Southern and Bahamas — provide mile-by-mile coverage from New Jersey to Texas, as well as the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands.
Between 1926 and 1947, Robert H.I. Goddard photographed many of the last coasting schooners on the East Coast, catching them in their glory under way, laid up for repairs and eventually abandoned — on board and at a distance.
Wooden ships of a bygone era
Wooden schooners graced coastal Maine for more than a century as vessels of trade and commerce.
Caribbean cruising advice
The chain of islands from the Virgins to the southern Caribbean comprises some of the most desirable tropical cruising grounds on the planet.
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