Unfortunately the common rat is as much a part of North America as we are. Learn effective techniques to rid your boat or house of this persistent pest.
Whether you love sailing for the challenge, the sense of freedom, a connection with nature or because you're naturally competitive, there are many reasons to love the sport.
To become a legal master of a vessel and accept paying passengers in US waters, it is required to hold a proper Coast Guard-issued operator's license. Learn how this is done from a licensed captain.
Great Sailing Quotes - Sail in Adversity - Set Not Your Anchor But Your Sail and Know the Sea Can Set You FREE
Motivational quotes from the sea, the ocean and words of wisdom from the safe harbors can provide the energy we need for overcoming and enduring life's many challenges. Know the harbor you seek but also know the sea can...
The Bristol Channel Cutter (BCC) is a 28ft sailboat designed by Lyle C. Hess and is quite possibly the most perfect small cruising sailboat ever created. Read this helpful review to learn more about the Bristol Channel...
Learn how to identify and the specific names for different types of sailboats. This guide goes over the Sloop, Ketch, Cutter, and Gaff type rigs of sailboats.
Looking to buy your first sailboat? Read this article to pick up tips on what you should look for, where to buy, and how to get started buying your sailboat!
Barnegat Bay, New Jersey offers some of the best sailing on the East Coast. Whether you have your own boat or not, there are plenty of options for exploring Toms River, Tices Shoal, Forked River, and Island Beach State...
A brief introduction to some techniques and principals for leaving the dock under sail in a sailboat.
On a cloudy October day, two men embarked on an adventure—test-piloting a new style of sea craft off the Florida coast. This is the story of their experience, the peril they faced, and their rescue.
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