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1. New-gen anchors are now-gen
Frankly, I am a bit of an experimenter when it comes to anchors.
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2. The right stuff
With a little imagination, voyagers can find jury rig supplies just about anywhere
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3. John Kettlewell - Voyaging Interview article 64 %
4. MOB recovery tools
The old adage holds true: “One hand for oneself, and one for the ship.”
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5. The email two-step
You’re anchored securely in a tropical lagoon you used to dream about … then the “real world” drags you back.
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6. Smartphone photography
Like most cruisers today, I carry and rely on a smartphone for many things: email, maps, weather radar — even phone calls!
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7. Green and clean
As paint restrictions increase, coating manufacturers take new approaches to antifouling paints
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8. Internet bliss
While enjoying my usual evening libation in the cockpit, I often grab a cellphone or laptop to find out what is happening in the world, what messages may have come in that I can ignore, and whether or not thunderstorms are likely to wake us at the usual 2 a.m.
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9. A tale of two lists
Remember when you used to read those magazine articles about voyaging off into the sunset to get away from it all?
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10. Digital world cruising
Gone are the days when I used to measure the length of the bookshelves on boats I was checking out for cruising.
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11. Getting attached
Have you ever found the perfect waterfront boaters’ bar? I’m still searching, but I know what it looks and smells like.
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12. Composting toilets: A green approach to dealing with voyaging waste
A green approach to dealing with voyaging waste
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13. Cool stuff for a cool season
OK — I just dated myself with that title, but "cool" is the only appropriate word, in my opinion, for this potpourri of charting goodness.
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14. Working the combinations
Having made 20 or so trips up and down the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) from Virginia to Florida I may be mistaken for an incorrigible ditch digger, but on almost every trip south I have combined offshore runs with ICW segments.
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15. Benefits of a bow eye
Many, if not most, long-range power voyaging yachts utilize all-chain anchor rodes, or at a minimum a long length of chain backed up by nylon so that the majority of the time the boat is secured by nothing but chain.
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16. Hurricane chart work
During and before hurricane season you will read and hear lots of information on what to do when a storm approaches, and how to escape and remain safe.
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17. The well-supplied engine
When voyaging, your boat’s diesel engine needs a steady supply of oil and filters
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18. Broken anchor snubber
I’ve anchored in Cuttyhunk Harbor, Mass., hundreds of times over many different seasons. I like to joke that I just drop my hook in one of my old holes and I know all will be well no matter what.
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19. No more messages in bottles
Safety and distress signaling takes a turn toward text
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20. Electronic charts dominant
With paper charts going the way of Loran, a look at the current electronic chart picture
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