It is always a bit of a shock when sailing, and even more specifically, sailboat racing, makes it anywhere near the non-sailing press. We smiled when we cracked this month’s Inc. Magazine and saw this…
For boat designer Rodger Martin, it’s the key to his company’s success. In the sailing world, shorthanded races (those with just one or two crew members per boat) have a reputation for being especially grueling. In May, seven two-person crews competed in the Atlantic Cup, a 16-day Class 40 race between Charleston, South Carolina, and Newport, Rhode Island, with a stopover in New York City. Read on.
July 25th, 2013