Colin sails the newest model from Boréal, builders of ocean-going cruising sailing yachts.
In the midst of a difficult time for all of us, here are some positive thoughts.
Simple tips and hacks that will make getting alongside easier, even in current.
John went racing on a big Swan and learned a lot about asymmetrical spinnakers, accompanied by a big piece of humble pie.
A relatively inexpensive testing rig that every boat owner should have and use regularly.
Stuck for a Christmas gift?
John shares his excitement about the naval architect selected to design the Adventure 40.
Backing our boats into a confined space is difficult enough normally, but what if we need to do this with current and wind? John explores how to, and when not to.
It’s easy to spend big money on our boats but still miss little details that will have big consequences once we go to sea.
Bringing a boat alongside with current flowing can be demanding, but what if we have to turn around, too? Here’s how.
John’s thinking about anchors (again), some great books to read, a tragedy, and boat design, as well as an attainable adventure.
There are few greater challenges in cruising than coming alongside in current, particularly if it’s blowing. Here is a step-by-step way to dock in current.
What we are doing on our fall vacation, and when we plan to be back to publishing.
Phyllis and I will be taking two to three weeks off from publishing new articles.
Pascal and Maxime, the French partners who have taken on the Adventure 40 project, have been busy over the summer with lots accomplished.