With chain and wire steering that’s in good operating condition, a few simple maintenance procedures will maximize the lifespan of all your gear and minimize the risk of any mid-sail...
Phillip Smith, woodworker, has a booming business creating wooden crabs that capture the beloved signs and symbols of the Chesapeake Bay.
St. Mary’s College sailor Leo Boucher has had an excellent year of competition in the ILCA (formerly Laser) class. Leo started sailing Optis at the age of nine.
The benefits of joining a sailing club membership are many, not the least of which is fun. Let the good times roll.
We at SpinSheet love welcoming visiting sailors to our capital city. We have put together a quick guide to make your trip easier, more fun, and interesting.
Whether you are visiting from out of town, out of state, or out of the country, and especially if  you are visiting for the sailboat show, don't miss out on these six cool things...
A cruising sailor quickly learns that helpful souls in quirky machine shops seem to exist just down the lane in all boating towns. 
For those who dream of learning to sail, here are five things for you to see, do, and explore at the U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis.
The people who voyage long term by sailboat, cruising sailors, are just as diverse as the boats they use and the places they go. 

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