Monthly Archives: February 2015

SV Tamata – Matt Lansdown US

Before we installed our self-steering wind vane, the flashiest things on the boat were our brightly colored-coded reefing lines. Now we not only have a contemporary German kinetic sculpture attached to our transom but also a third form of steering … Continue reading

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SV Passage – Bud Bliemeister US

CIRCUMNAVIGATION NEARLY COMPLETED Peter, I need to order some parts for my trusty old Windpilot Pacific. We left Hawaii ten years ago on our Peterson 44 and have only one leg remaining (Tahiti to Hawaii) to complete our circumnavigation. The … Continue reading

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Circumnavigation part 3

In our dreams Waterproofs, I would suggest, do not to feature much in most dreams of sailing around the world: fair winds, following seas and capable, entertaining (as you will) and steadfast company are much more the order of the … Continue reading

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