2018 (#120) May/June

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Issue #120, May/June 2018

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May/June 2018 Issue Highlights

  • David Arnold breaks down his refit of a worn-out Rhodes Robin catboat — or is it a sloop? Or catboat? Doesn’t matter, she’s really pretty
  • Ever sew a splice? Drew Frye shows how easy it is to do it right
  • Allen Penticoff reviews the Tartan 27-2 and Rob Mazza offers an interesting design comparison to other full-keel centerboarders
  • DIY: Joe Rosenfeld is back with another clever way to stow in un-used space — this time topsides — and Robin Urquhart shares a neat trick for drying line
  • Tom Dymond, while sailing around the world, confesses he really doesn’t know what sailing is, and when he’s doing it…
  • Great Lakes sailor John Gaich almost loses it all in a narrow channel before a bridge and shares what happened and what he learned
  • Drew Frye explains the ease and practicality of making storm windows
  • What’s prone to break or fail on a sailboat? Pacific Ocean passagemakers acquire good insight; Robin Urquhart surveyed a bunch of them and shares what he learned
  • A poem reminds a grandfather of why he fusses with good old boats, a couple shares best practices for spreading the sailing gospel, and more!

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