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When longtime Anarchist and now world cruiser BJ Porter joined Sailing Anarchy, his son was probably too young to talk. And now, a decade and a half later, Will Porter is now a Naval Architecture student and the author of one of the most interesting threads on the Sailing Anarchy Forums in some time. We’ll […]
We love the recent surge of historical recreations of famous trips; not only do they set out to verify important facts about history, but they introduce a typically diverse and young pool of landlubbers to the soul of sailing. The Hokulea project has been racking up the miles (most recently seen dockside during Charleston Race […]
Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Find this 1D35, stolen last week from San Diego. We know the Anarchists will find it – the question is, will you burn the deck and wheel off before you call the cops and get your reward money? From the forum: Hello to all, My name is […]
A crowded 40′ field just got more so. We dig the looks. What is it?
French Minista Olver Jehl set off over the weekend to try for the fastest Mini time ever from New York to The Lizard aboard his Zigoneshi. Instead, he established perhaps the fastest time ever for a Mini skipper to go from harbor to helicopter. Jehl barely made it to the Hudson Canyon before holing his […]
While the public perception of ‘yachting’ and sailing as ultra-exclusive (thanks, Rolex!) is probably the biggest obstacle to the sport’s growth in America, access to the water runs a close second, so we’re stoked to see at least one area successfully fighting off the greed of yet another useless luxury development that will forever close […]
He’s small and he’s shy, but Andrew Macdougall is something of a quiet giant in the history of foiling, having created the only successful volume production foiler in history with the Bladerider and then doing it again with the Mach 2. If that wasn’t enough, he also built a powerful windsurf and moth sail company […]
“Just sending my daggerboard off for a quick clean and fair”. Best answer gets an always-hip SA belt, as does the first to give us the boat name and location. Answer Here.