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"My demanding, intimate, and all-consuming relationship with a classic Sailmaster/C sloop built in Holland in 1962 has run its course after 30 years of cruising the middle Chesapeake...
No one seemed to know just how far up the river you could sail. So Steve Allan decided to find out.
Even with tropical breezes and turquoise waters calling seductively from the South, Bay sailors this October can find their own patch of paradise on the Chesapeake. By Tracy Leonard
Even when the chapters of your adventure wander into unexpected plot twists, happy endings are still possible. By Cindy Wallach
In response to our article "10 Things Racers Need to Know About Cruisers," one cruising sailor has...
Andy Schell thought it was a bad meal back in port. It turned out to be something much more dangerous. 
You might not get along, but you should at least have some respect and understanding for each other. 
This same place, San Cristobal, was also Charles Darwin’s first Galapagos landfall in 1835. Story and photos by Capt. Charlie Simon
Author Sean McCarthy was sailing solo from Key West to Key Largo when he came across an abandoned Cuban chug floating in the water off Islamoralda.