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While celebrating the start of America's Cup racing come Monday don't forget to shed a tear and hoist a cold one for our old friend Loran, which is scheduled to get shut down the same day. For you Sarah Palin fans who like to rail against the idiocy of the federal government, this should make...
Damn, access to ESPN360 depends on who your ISP is. Even Time Warner doesn’t cut it, let alone Fairpoint Communications.
  Get ready to set your alarm clocks, sports fans. The good news is you will (finally!) be able to watch Race One of the Great AC Showdown live via the Internet at ESPN360.com next Monday. The bad news is you'll have to get up at 0-dark-hundred (3:45 a.m.) to do it. If you're too...
Charles, Thank you for visiting our blog and making a comment! We will definitely be looking to your site for tips and tricks! My husband is enjoying the boat so much and it is really changing our lives! So happy to be a First Mate, Lauren
  On returning from a solo cruise to Mt. Desert Island in Maine some years ago, I stopped and anchored for the evening next to an uninhabited islet off the northwest corner of Swans Island. (At least I thought it was uninhabited...) The sun was already low in the western sky, with (perhaps...) just enough...
  I made an offhand offer to sell my old engine back when I wrote up the installation of Lunacy's new engine, but now I'm getting serious. I'll be listing the engine for sale with Trans Atlantic Diesels, Inc., but will happily sell the beast to any interested WaveTrain riders. The beast in question is...
We are quoting your website on our blog! We are 30 something professionals who are just getting into sailing. We are engineer and poet first, learning to sail! We will continue to check your site for great tips and tricks. We invite you to visit our blog: www.sailingtrainingwheels.blogspot.com cheers, captain and crew of training wheels...
I first met Alessandro di Benedetto on a dock in November 1992 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, as we were both preparing to sail across the North Atlantic from the Canary Islands to the Bahamas to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Columbus' voyage to America. I was crewing on an Australian-owned Taswell 56 called...
  While sailing Lunacy south in the fall of '08 my crew and I noticed there was some white sandy grit in the fresh water running out the taps when the boat was sailing in rough weather. The operative theory at the time was that this crud was just what it appeared to be: sand....
  I am a huge fan of self-steering windvanes. They work extremely well, are perfectly energy efficient (i.e., they draw ZERO power), and are easy to service and maintain. They truly are as simple as bicycles, and as you may have gathered from my recent Zen of DIY post I like simple gear. I also like bicycles....
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