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Brian Hancock poses some interesting thoughts about sinkings, rescues, and who pays for it…. The sinking of Locomotion and the subsequent rescue of the crew has me thinking about the cost of mid-ocean rescues and who should pay for them. Earlier this week  Locomotion, an Andrews 45, was enroute from Hawaii to California when the […]

Seems like  good caption contest to us! “Hey guys, have you noticed there is a black cloud following us?” What’s yours? Photo thanks to Fiona Brown from the Coutts Quater Ton Cup where Louise Morton and her all girl team aboard Bullit won races one and three and take second in race two. They now lead […]

Press release: The last person known to be following the America’s Cup, Howard Grimby II, a member of Arizona Yacht Club, today announced that he’s finally calling it quits.  Both a long time follower and the last member of a dying breed, Mr. Grimby expressed: “I held as long as I could, but finally my […]

Question of the Week SA’er Lorax asks: “On a hypothetical vessel returning from Figawi today, let’s say there was, unbeknownst to the skipper, a young lady sleeping in the v berth with his bowman. When she awakes 50 miles from Nantucket, halfway to Boston, and realizes her possessions are still on the island and she […]

For all you know-it-all bench warmers. What and where?  

Damage to the 15-boat fleet killed the media-friendly Newport to NY “Prologue” race for the NY-Vendee program last week, but when we were down on Friday, everyone looked ready for the long haul to Europe. Fast forward 36 hours, and debris and UFOs have taken out a third of the fleet in just a couple […]

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 […]

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