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1. John Kettlewell - Voyaging Interview article 64 %
2. The right stuff
With a little imagination, voyagers can find jury rig supplies just about anywhere
article 64 %
3. New-gen anchors are now-gen
Frankly, I am a bit of an experimenter when it comes to anchors.
article 64 %
4. MOB recovery tools
The old adage holds true: “One hand for oneself, and one for the ship.”
article 64 %
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.
article 64 %
6. Smartphone photography
Like most cruisers today, I carry and rely on a smartphone for many things: email, maps, weather radar — even phone calls!
article 64 %
7. Green and clean
As paint restrictions increase, coating manufacturers take new approaches to antifouling paints
article 63 %
8. Composting toilets: A green approach to dealing with voyaging waste
A green approach to dealing with voyaging waste
article 63 %
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?
article 63 %
10. Getting attached
Have you ever found the perfect waterfront boaters’ bar? I’m still searching, but I know what it looks and smells like.
article 63 %
11. 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.
article 63 %
12. 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.
article 63 %
13. 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.
article 63 %
14. All backed up?
Most voyagers depend on an array of digital assets, from the basics like email, the Internet and assorted important documents, to more nautical essentials like charts, weather information and cruising guides.
article 63 %
15. Electronic charts dominant
With paper charts going the way of Loran, a look at the current electronic chart picture
article 63 %
16. 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.
article 63 %
17. The well-supplied engine
When voyaging, your boat’s diesel engine needs a steady supply of oil and filters
article 63 %
18. New ICW book from John Kettlewell article 63 %
19. No more messages in bottles
Safety and distress signaling takes a turn toward text
article 63 %
20. Offshore competence builders
One thing rarely written about in magazine articles and books on long-distance cruising and voyaging is the time problem. Relentlessly marching on, with or without us, time does not pause while we accumulate the right boats, skills, experience and crew to do the great things we read and dream about.
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