Sailing safety expert John Rousmaniere shares his thoughts on a pre-castoff crew meeting, boat preparation, and preparing for emergencies
Get Started Now on Your 2020 Cruising Plan
A well-made dodger (also called a sprayhood) is a necessary staple aboard any boat.
There's no sugarcoating it -- none of us is getting any younger. So to ensure that you can enjoy all of the sailing that 2018 will have to offer, put in some time improving your...
Herrington Harbour Sailing Association began its 40th season with a fantastic gala at the Mount Vernon Inn.
The Annapolis Sail and Power Squadron is one of the oldest boating club organizations in Annapolis. It was chartered in 1941 as a squadron of the United States Power Squadrons.
Quantum Sail Design Group's David Flynn takes a look at the Zen of becoming the ultimate crew to answer the eternal question: How do I become a better crew so I can get on good boats?
A Hoosier’s sea story... My first glimpse of the Chesapeake came at dawn on a clear morning in late July... By Kevin Derr
On the first day of a sailing charter, it’s best to corral your crew and assign tasks to keep everyone busy while you manage details and attend the chart and technical briefings.


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