As part of our monthly Start Sailing Now series, Wendy Woods shares her journey from passenger to active sailing crew. ~by Beth Crabtree
Collegiate sailor Jocelyn Rovniak had never sailed a boat prior to walking on the Old Dominion University (ODU) sailing team three years ago. 
When he bought his new boat, Bramble was told that he was purchasing an adventure-making machine, and that proved to be correct.
Sailing is one of the best forms of family bonding. Because multiple generations can sail together and teamwork is a necessity, few sports bring families together the way sailing does...
Some children grow up in sailing families and inherit the sailing gene as they might inherit brown eyes. They learn to sail without questioning it.
Sixteen years ago, John Arndt owner of the San Francisco-based magazine Latitude 38 decided to dedicate one day a year to bring sailors together and celebrate the sport. He chose the...
Most sailing professionals recommend wearing some form of PFD if: 1) you are not a confident swimmer; 2) the weather is rough and/or the water temperature is cold; and 3) you are...
Here are a few insider tips to help you understand what your new skipper is thinking in various hypothetical sailing situations and how you should react.
From dinghies to bluewater cruisers, there are a wide variety of sailboat types for all different kinds of sailing.

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