At 30, Larry Graf built his first power catamaran, a cedar-strip-planked 24-footer that became the launching pad for his Glacier Bay Catamarans. That company, during Graf's 20-year tenure, built about 3,000 power cats from 22 to 34 feet.
With the May issue's debut of the new-size Soundings, we are now able to co-mail with other similar-size magazines. Therefore, the in-home delivery date for U.S. subscribers will move to the second week of each month.
The $4,000 device tracks rolling motion, alerting crew to potentially deadly shifts in weight and balance
Coast Guard investigators say the 93-foot fishing vessel Katmai sank off Alaska's Aleutian Islands, with the loss of seven crewmembers, because it was carrying too much cod in its hold and the crew couldn't stop water from unaccountably pouring into the engine room.
Cruising Club of America honors sailor who spends his summers dodging polar bears and floating ice chunks
From teaching college English to designing yachts to voyaging in the northern latitudes, William E. Cook has been exploring new horizons for years.
Father of the 8-year-old killed in a collision on San Diego Bay calls dispositions to date 'disappointing'
The court-martial for the Coast Guard petty officer who was piloting the patrol boat that killed a young boy on San Diego Bay in 2009 was expected to begin in early March.
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