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October 2012 Issue 205: Schooner Brilliant across the Atlantic

October 2012 Issue 205: Schooner Brilliant across the Atlantic

For yacht designers, 1932 wasn’t a great year.

October 2012
September 2012 Issue 204: From the English Channel to the Hudson River

September 2012 Issue 204: From the English Channel to the Hudson River

Klang II, a wooden gaff-rigged yawl is a vessel of many distinctions.

September 2012
July/August 2012 Issue 203: I ran away to sea at fifty

July/August 2012 Issue 203: I ran away to sea at fifty

July/August 2012
May/June 2012 Issue 202: Stars to windward

May/June 2012 Issue 202: Stars to windward

May/June 2012
March/April 2012 Issue 200: Blue water vagabond

March/April 2012 Issue 200: Blue water vagabond

March/April 2012
A Minnesota mothers love of the sea

A Minnesota mothers love of the sea

January/February 2012
Nov/Dec 2011 Issue 198: Hurrah for the Black Ball Line

Nov/Dec 2011 Issue 198: Hurrah for the Black Ball Line

Up to around 1817 there existed two types of maritime trade — the tramp sailing ships and the traders.

November/December 2011
October 2011 Issue 197: Carleton Mitchell and Finisterre

October 2011 Issue 197: Carleton Mitchell and Finisterre

October 2011
July/August 2011 Issue 195: An OSTAR winner with Moxie

July/August 2011 Issue 195: An OSTAR winner with Moxie

May/June 2011
Dodge Morgan: First American non-stop circumnavigator

Dodge Morgan: First American non-stop circumnavigator

March/April 2011
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