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Rhode Island is one of the leading lights in marine research, and the R.I. Marine Archeology Project is giving a public talk Wednesday morning about one of the most exciting finds in recent memory. Head over to the Old State House, 150 Benefit Street in Providence at 1000 today to learn about what they believe […]
Finally, the Flying Tiger has found it’s true calling – human trafficking. What’s yours?
Big Pimpin’ Since the birth of the Melges 24, boats from the Zenda, Wisconsin-based company have set the standard for the world’s grand prix sportboats. As the heavy, spinnaker-pole fleets began creeping inexorably toward their grand prix death, the Melges 32 showed them all that speed doesn’t have to be complicated. And as racers downsized, […]
Sunday April 24, the 25 second shitbox, (Anarchy), in haste to get back to San Diego, left Ensenada before a large front was due to approach. 50 K offshore and 20 K inshore was forecast, and was was due to come in in the afternoon from the northwest. A bit incautious, but we wanted to […]
CORRECTION: WE ATTRIBUTED THE TRANSLATION BELOW TO THE WRONG ANARCHIST. WE SALUTE SA’ER SURLEPONT FOR HIS HARD WORK, AND TO ALL THE ANARCHISTS WHO SPEND HOURS AND HOURS TRANSLATING NEWS TO ENGLISH EVERY YEAR SOLELY SO THEIR ANARCHIST PALS CAN KEEP UP WITH OCEAN RACING. Names like Chichester and Hasler graced the first-ever solo transoceanic […]
Clean Report With three breezy and extremely lumpy (outside) days of racing, 2016 Sperry Charleston Race Week will be remembered mostly for disasters averted, and the biggest was the rescue of Orlando-based J/88 crew Patrick Daniel, whose heart stopped in the middle of Sunday’s first race. We remember when the Van Liews, Draftz, the Coast […]
We have a couple of SA ‘Always Reppin’ tech shirts made by Mark at DryUV for the best couple of captions. As always children, have fun! Here’s ours: Russell Coutts finally says adios to the “Facebook Generation” concept for the AC, and hello to the “Opti Generation”.
The world’s biggest sailboat pulled out of St. Barth’s Bucket after just one day of racing, and we now hear that owner Jim Clark’s other boat – the world’s fastest monohull Comanche – is currently in second-to-last place at what we think may be her last regatta…ever. Considering the ultra-high profile nature of the Comanche […]