Now that the Golden Globe 2018 is nearly over, it’s time to figure out why it turned into a demolition derby, and how to fix it so that there will be future editions.
John’s Thoughts and Photos
We pursue a technical vein here at AAC. But sometimes it’s nice to take a break from anchors and electrons. To that end, John is trying his hand at fiction.
Are the gear awards given by panels of marine journalists useful and worth your time?
John’s thinking about food (always), cool tools, stinky towels, and other stuff.
John is back out cruising and thinking about great anchorages, small cruising boats, camping and prime lenses.
John is thinking about modern anchors, the Vendée Globe, winter storage, and why the heck is it so hard to sell Nova Scotia as a winter yachting destination?
John’s thinking about seasickness (yet again), climate change, RIBs, oil analysis, good books for long winter evenings…and the beach.
John’s thinking about Whitbread 60s, paying to sail, boatyards, watermakers, and climate change…something for everyone.
John’s thinking about a little bit of everything: single handed racing, cutless bearings, and prime lenses.
Lots of laying-up tips in this one. Stuff that can save you a bunch of time and aggravation.
This week, John’s thinking about laying up.
John’s got a creative itch to scratch. Here is the first of a new type of post.
OK, enough with all this talk of motorboats, let’s go sailing in a bit of breeze on Morgan’s Cloud. We made the video below a few days ago in a solid Force 7 blow (near gale, 28-33 knots). John With Egg On Face By the way, look for a timely reminder from Phyllis at the halfway mark [...]