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February 2010
This is another boat I saw at the Miami show, though it wasn’t actually in the show. The owner, or an enterprising yacht broker, had anchored it right off the docks at the Sea Isle Marina with a big “For Sale” sign on it, hoping it might catch the eye of some cat-happy show-goer. I...
  Those of you who sail and cruise in the Atlantic Ocean will probably not be pleased to learn that scientists have confirmed there is a vast patch of floating plastic debris in a band between 22 and 38 degrees north that rivals the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in size and density. Kara Lavender Law,...
I belive you use a sealant on to bottom of tre skeg to seal the 4 bolts holding the plate in place.
I belive this pump could lift the fuel of your kell tanck . The price is high a smal electricaql pump cust $50.00
I own a Tanton 39 Catketch early version of your the skert was added after the hull was build.
  One of the highlights of my recent trip to Miami was getting to meet Jeremy Wurmfeld, a young, personable designer who is co-founder (with Robbie Doyle of Doyle Sails) of e Sailing Yachts. I was hoping to sail with Jeremy aboard his e33, the sweet-looking daysailer he and Robbie introduced a few years back,...
It turns out Google Books has all the old Life magazines available for viewing (as well as Popular Science, Popular Mechanics, etc.). The article from the magazine shown at the beginning of this post is at http://books.google.com/books?id=L1YEAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA24-IA3 Now, if we could just get the old issues Yachting and The Rudder available. That’d make some interesting...
I found your report on the sinking of the school-ship Concordia 500 miles off the coast of Brazil a sad demonstration of prejudice and xenofobia. The rescue of all the passengers of the ship by Brazilians, who indeed suffered no injuries, was praised profusely by Canadian authorities and diplomats, including the Canadian ambassador in Brazil....
I'm sure a few Hollywood agents are already wrangling over the rights to this one. It's got everything needed for a blockbuster movie script: a crowd of innocent kids, some seriously mortal danger, plus a big fat happy ending. The scary part of the tale concerns the fate of the Canadian school ship Concordia, a...
  One big bummer for sailing show-goers at Miami this year was that the sail side of the show was split between two venues. Most boats were at Sea Isle Marina next to the Venetian Causeway, but a handful of larger ones were at the old Miamarina Bayside location. To see all the sailboats you...
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