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From the New Spanish Armada
"The 50 is the most recent model to come to the States from the Barcelona-based North Wind yard, whose line of semicustom deck-saloon cruisers runs from 43 feet to 68 feet. Their Sparkman & Stephens-designed 43 won CW’s 2001 award for Best Deck-Saloon Cruiser. While North Wind’s building practices are fairly low-tech—the hulls and decks are hand-laid cored fiberglass, not resin-infused exotics—they’re implemented by a team of artisans who pay close attention to the details. "
Story

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: From the New Spanish Armada      Submitted by Noel Wed Mar 10, 2004 )

Getting a Line on Cordage
"Nearly half a century down the line, the revolution in cordage technology continues to bring fiber products with greater strength and less stretch. None has durability to equal that of polyester under exposure to seawater and sunlight, but all have found a place, whether standing alone or blended with others, in the complex world of sailboat rigging. "
Story

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: Getting a Line on Cordage      Submitted by Noel Wed Mar 10, 2004 )

Where Tradition Meets Technology
"The Sun Odyssey 43 is designed with families and charter guests in mind. Its ingenious modular interior can be converted by the owner from two cabins to four; removable bulkheads in the forward and aft cabins fit into slots in the overhead. An L-shaped galley and U-shaped dinette, each to starboard, provide ample room for guests and those tending to them, as do two separate heads. Standing headroom in the cabin ranges from 6 feet 2 inches to 6 feet 11 inches. "
Story

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: Where Tradition Meets Technology      Submitted by Noel Wed Mar 10, 2004 )

Ten Years After
"A decade ago last month, on November 25, 1992, a team of French navy divers dropped into a frigid North Atlantic to inspect the overturned hull of a 60-foot ocean racer called Coyote, sailed by a solo American sailor named Mike Plant. In mid-October of that year, he’d left New York bound for France and the start of the Vendée Globe singlehanded around-the-world race."
Story

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: Ten Years After      Submitted by Noel Wed Mar 10, 2004 )

Tacking Away from Conventional Wisdom
"One of the most significant realizations I made during Leg One was that drastic measures would need to be employed to shake free of this windless weather system. I decided to take a risk and jibe to a heading that was actually west of north—in other words, sailing away from England—in an effort to break free."
Story

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: Tacking Away from Conventional Wisdom      Submitted by Noel Wed Mar 10, 2004 )

Slow Boat Across France
"In this mode, slowing down from day to day and enjoying every minute of it, we came to various little places, and some of them remained in our minds. Le Somail, for instance, is a typical old village that owes its existence entirely to the canal. Located where the canal met traditional land-transport routes, the town probably began with an inn built in the 17th century."
Story

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: Slow Boat Across France      Submitted by Noel Wed Mar 10, 2004 )

Taking Tassie by Storm
"The warmth of the Tasmanian people and a gentle cruise of her coast are a welcome relief after Sunstone’s bash from Sydney in the Hobart Race"
Story

( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: Taking Tassie by Storm      Submitted by Noel Wed Mar 10, 2004 )

Mom and Dad Deliver the World
"Presented with a unique opportunity and blessed with an adventurous family, a veteran of the solo-sailing wars turns a boat delivery into a 13,000-mile field trip "
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( Podcast, Shownotes, and Information: Mom and Dad Deliver the World      Submitted by Noel Wed Mar 10, 2004 )

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Simple Sailor 1
Simple Sailor 2
Phil Bolger 1
Phil Bolger 2
On Island Time
Marvin Creamer 1
Marvin Creamer 2
Jay Fitzgerald 1
Jay Fitzgerald 2
Container Yachts
Ancient Mariners 1
Ancient Mariners 2
EarthNC Plus
Mike Harker
Cast Off
Chief of Watertribe 1
Chief of Watertribe 2
Dave and Anke 1
Dave and Anke 2
Michael Storer 1
Michael Storer 2
Serge Testa
Floating Fox
Fine Tolerance 1
Fine Tolerance 2
Mississippi voyage
Lugnut 1
Lugnut 2
Robby Smith 1
Robby Smith 2
Sailing Grace
Jimmy Cornell
Webb Chiles 1
Webb Chiles 2
John Wellsford 1
John Wellsford 2
Duckworks
Shane St. Clair 1
Shane St. Clair 2
Capt. Dave Kyser
Hugh Horton
American Eagle
Trekka 1
Trekka 2
AGLCA
Black Swan
Bluesphere Update
Kruger Canoes 1
Kruger Canoes 2
PDRacer
Chesapeake Light Craft
Don Backe of CRAB
Sven Yrvind 1
Sven Yrvind 2
Spirit of S.C.
Gannon & Benjamin
Center for wooden boats
Canal Boat
Caribbean Compass
Mahina Expeditions
Exit Only Part 1
Exit Only Part 2
Graham Byrnes
SoCal Potters
World Cruising Club
Saving Old Seagulls
Grahame Shannon
Spanish and French
Mico Verde
Ministry of Rum
Silver Donald Cameron
Community Boating
George Buehler
The Venturers Cruise
Bumfuzzle
Ted Brewer
Watertribe
Managing the Waterways
The Haskells
Paul Lutus part 1
Paul Lutus part 2
Reese Palley
Fix it and sail
Beachcombers
Pete Goss
George Moffett
Good Old Boat
Ellen Landrum
Towndock
SSCA
Celestial Navigation
Nick Moloney
Iceblink part 1
Iceblink part 2
Outward Bound
Sailblogs
Lin and Larry Pardey part 1
Lin and Larry Pardey part 2
Jeff Hazzard
Boat Surveys
Schooner to Cuba part 1
Schooner to Cuba part 2
Lightning and Sailboats
Microcruising part 1
Microcruising part 2
Around in 8 Feet part 1
Around in 8 Feet part 2
Paddlevan
Stickers and Vacation
Sandy Mackinnon part 1
Sandy Mackinnon part 2
The Naked Lady
Eileen Quinn
Gunkhole Marine
Sir Chay Blyth
Kruise for Kids
TheSailingChannel
Project Bluesphere
Dinghies
Celestial Navigation
Distant Shores part 1
Distant Shores part 2
Red Rock Sailing
Luke and DD part 1
Luke and DD part 2
Beneteau
Google Earth
Island Packet Yachts
Offshore Sailing School
Aviva Challenge
Sunsail
Sea Pearl 21
Karen Hansen
Flying scott
Hunter Marine
My first sailboat
Seabreath
Delphi yachts
Lats and Atts
Doyle Ploch
Spirit Investigations
Running aground
Luke part 1
Luke part 2
More Luke stories
Kite Quest 200
The Elusive First 3 Shows!

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