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While the weather didn’t cooperate to make our lives easy during our test sail window in Annapolis, Anarchist ‘gone’ went and did some of our work for us, with a good comparison after test sailing the two sexiest monohulls to hit the racing scene in years. He sailed both the Farr 280 (which just hit […]
While the title of this piece may be an unavoidable paradox (like violent relaxation or crazy brilliant, both of which also can apply to most bowmen), one of the first-ever registered members of SA claims he has finally found the answer to the grumpy bowman with this technologically advanced, feature-rich foredeck hatch kite bag. Who knows if he’s […]
So who can tell what happened here? A glimpse from final event of the Seascape 18 Monocup series. Thanks to Anarchist Sawyer.
You guys always know everything, all the time, right? And in a brave new world of seemingly nothing but mulihulls, all the time, of every size, shape, purpose and price point, here then is a new one. Do you know what it be?
We’re not sure how long the webcam will hold up, but for the moment we have the rare luxury of watching a hurricane as it rolls into Bermuda. Our thoughts are with all the Anarchists on island – stay safe. Click the pic to see the live camera, and now for the PSA from SA […]
Cat 4 Hurricane Gonzalo visited many of our favorite sailing destinations yesterday, and Antigua, Anguilla, St. Martin and St. Barths are all reeling. Despite accurate forecasts days ago, dozens of yachts were tossed onto land in SXM and sunk in its lagoon. It wasn’t just boats damaged, either – the 120 knot winds tore roofs […]
Things are still pretty chaotic at Volvo Ocean Race HQ but the content is certainly flowing in from a fleet that’s all still within sight of each other hundreds of miles down the track. The Leg 1 Start coverage may not have been inspiring but at least it wasn’t embarrassing, and you should watch it […]
While it’s a little early to burn your bras in support of Team SCA, the pink ladies have most certainly answered any questions the world may have had about their ability to hang with the men of the VOR. That’s thanks to a brave call from Libby G to split from the fleet toward the […]
Bob Perry may be best known for his design work, but we’ve always been most impressed by his writing. For the past decade his design articles have been the only thing worth reading in the ‘dead tree’ press, and his Perry Design blog has become required reading for students of yachting history. His latest piece is […]
Post of the Week Should SA’er “Black Jack” throw himself on his sword for cleaning sails in a community pool? You decide. I have been now called a man of no honor, something I may have to learn to live with. I woke up early this morning, took my two largest headsails to my […]
Looking closely at the picture will only further confuse you…
Big Pimpin’ Stoked to finally welcome Helly Hansen on board with us at Sailing Anarchy. Long makes of exquisite sailing apparel, foul weather gear and a whole host of other lifestyle product, Helly can be found on our front page and as the new title sponsors of our Gear Anarchy forum. Makes sense to us! […]
Question Of The Week I am in boat looking mode. Without getting specific, would you buy a boat if her owner was murdered on board?” -SA’er ‘kidkodine.’ Best answer so far: “Is the killer still aboard?” Supply your own response – a real one or yet another horribly morbid joke – here.
Miami WRace/Donovan GP 26 Chronicles Chapter One. Sitting on the patio of the Biscayne Bay YC on Sunday, enjoying the evening breeze and the traditional Lime Daiquiris that signal the end of the Lime Cup, it was easy to look across the parking lot and see Cliff Clark’s new Donovan GP 26 “Picarón” on the […]
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Good story found in our Ocean Racing Anarchy forum, brought to you by Fisheries Supply On Thursday, September 18, 2014, I set out on my first solo offshore adventure in attempt to qualify for next year’s Bermuda 1-2 Yacht Race–a 1,300 mile race comprising a single-handed leg from Newport, RI to Bermuda, and a double-handed […]
It wouldn’t be a J/24 Worlds without controversy, with Helly Hanson and several other top teams getting redress/AVG for their black flag DSQs while others didn’t after a marathon multi-day protest bonanza. Check the thread over here for protest forms and jury decisions, and thanks to Paul Todd/Outside Images for the great shots with a […]
ISAF’s Classification Code governs the Pro or Amateur status of every ISAF Class sailor in the world, and it’s been a huge mess for most of the new millennium. The 2009 changes to the code eliminated the dubious “Cat 2″ category and took a small step to reducing the perceived widespread fraud and cheating rampant in classes like […]