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Underway Column Editorial by Editor Bill Sisson | Soundings Online Column

Modern boat, classic boat: We all have our own style

The confederation of boating tribes in those parts of the country with clearly defined seasons — that means winter with snow — got together in early September for one last three-day gathering, dropping their anchors and wishing, if not for endless summer, then surely for a longer one.

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Sandy and I met twice to do the storm dance

I first met Sandy in South Florida, where I was running around like mad in squally conditions, trying to cover the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Her wind gusts and rain were no more welcome there than they were to be in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.

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Underway: An ocean gypsy finally finds her way home

Shackleton, Bligh, Slocum … Queen Bee. Queen who?


OK, it’s a stretch, but when it comes to improbable small-boat voyages there should be an asterisk or footnote somewhere in the dusty annals of maritime history pointing to the unusual journey of a little boat named Queen Bee.

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An ocean gypsy finally finds her way home

Shackleton, Bligh, Slocum … Queen Bee. Queen who? OK, it’s a stretch, but when it comes to improbable small-boat voyages there should be an asterisk or footnote somewhere in the dusty annals of maritime history pointing to the unusual journey of a little boat named Queen Bee.

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Celebrating small boats on a long summer’s day

The three of us were running west through Vineyard Sound on one of those spectacular days that appear after a cold front has rumbled through. The air was scrubbed clean, and a freshening westerly had turned the sound into a rolling pasture of whitecaps and spray.

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