Standard Nitronic rod rigging can make superior low-windage lifeline stanchions.
Making one-off composite parts in the shop.
Matt Steverson and Janni Petersen, experienced cruisers in their mid-30s, are restoring Mike Plant’s first Open 60, Duracell, in Port Townsend, Washington. They document their doings on their own YouTube… Read more »
Once the years tick past 90, it’s time to hang it up, especially for working boats like the Sea Scout Ship 110 Charles N Curtis. She has been working as… Read more »
Folding-cleat manufacturer Nomen Products of Hamburg, Germany, sent word about Nomen Sport Line cleats, an evolution of the original product. Promised improvements include more sustainable production, lighter weight, faster operation,… Read more »
In a perfect world, every onboard component would be installed according to American Boat & Yacht Council (ABYC) or International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standards, or a manufacturer’s explicit instructions…. Read more »
A Rybovich in the Pacific Northwest, where the water rarely warms beyond 55°F (13°C), is not a common sight, but that’s about to change. The large workshop of Sea Marine,… Read more »
Every two years a solo race across the Atlantic leaves from France and finishes in the Caribbean, with a stop in the Canary Islands along the way. It is known… Read more »
She’s a slender double-ended ketch that kissed the water for the first time on May 15, 1951. Drawn by A. Sidney DeWolf Herreshoff, Arion measures 42‘ (12.8m) overall and… Read more »
Electric propulsion is all the rage now, but the high cost of high-tech batteries is still a deterrent to many owners who are considering the switch. Taking a page from… Read more »