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Falling back on an emergency water maker

Falling back on an emergency water maker

When their main desalinator broke, these Volvo Ocean Race sailors broke out the emergency unit

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Locking in the oars

Locking in the oars

Ocean sailor and ON contributor devises his own sturdy oarlock design

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Freshly minted celestial navigators

Freshly minted celestial navigators

It's wall-to-wall parallel rules as a batch of celestial navigators learn the classic approach for the Marion Bermuda Race

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Low power radio challenge

Low power radio challenge

Sure you can reef down in a gale, but do you have the skills to build this simple radio?

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New race to Alaska

New race to Alaska

The R2AK race is 750 miles from Port Townsend to Ketchikan for sailors, rowers and paddlers

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Foleys receive CCA Far Horizons Award

Foleys receive CCA Far Horizons Award

ON contributors Jim and Jean Foley recognized for more than 100,000 miles of voyaging

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Non-stop circumnavigation by sextant

Non-stop circumnavigation by sextant

Solo sailor Donna Lange plans a non-stop circumnavigation using only celestial navigation and SSB radio

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The refit that nearly changed everything

The refit that nearly changed everything

ON reader tells about his boat rebuild that kept right on going

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Steering system roundup

Steering system roundup

Which type of steering system does your boat use?

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Rescue from a different angle

Rescue from a different angle

Commercial vessel assistance is often a key element in offshore rescue operations

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