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Trailersailer reviews

  • San Juan 21, Number 29, Mar. 2003
  • Rob Roy 23, Number 30, May 2003
  • South Coast 22, Number 31, July 2003
  • Com-Pac 23, Number 32, September, 2003
  • Chrysler 22, Number 33, November, 2003
  • O’Day 23, Number 34, January 2004
  • Sirius 21, Number 35, March 2004
  • Wild Wind 20, Number 36, May 2004
  • Precision 23, Number 37, July 2004
  • Nimble 24, Number 37, July 2004
  • MacGregor Venture 25, Number 39, November 2004
  • American 23, Number 41, March 2005
  • Rhodes 22, Number 42, May 2005
  • Drascombe Lugger, Number 43, July 2005
  • Yankee Dolphin, Number 44, September 2005
  • Seaward 22, Number 45, November 2005
  • Freedom 25, Number 46, January 2006
  • San Francisco Pelican, Number 48, May 2006
  • Hughes 25, Number 49, July 2006
  • Paceship PY23, Number 50, September 2006
  • Yamaha 25, Number 54, May 2007
  • Pearson Ensign, Number 56, September 2007
  • Herreshoff America catboat, Number 58, January 2008
  • D&M 22, Number 62, September 2008
  • O'Day 26, Number 66, May 2009
  • Montego 20, Number 69, November 2009
  • Morgan 25, Number 74, September 2010
  • MacGregor 26X, Number 90, May 2013
  • Montgomery 17, Number 95, March 2014
  • West Wight Potter 19, Number 101, March 2015
  • Precision 23, Number 104, September 2015
  • MacGregor 26D, Number 105, November 2015
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Refits

  • Restoration of a Bristol 27, Number 6, May 1999
  • New mast for an old cat, Number 7, July 1999
  • Restoration of an Alberg 30, Number 10, Jan. 2000
  • Restoration of an Allied Seabreeze (35), Number 11, Mar. 2000
  • Restoration of a Pearson 26, Number 12, May 2000
  • Restoration of a San Juan 24, Number 13, July 2000
  • Com-Pac 23 refit, Number 14, Sept. 2000
  • Cape Dory Typhoon refit, Number 15, Nov. 2000
  • Getting an Ontario 32 ready for blue water, Number 16, Jan. 2001
  • Cape Dory 27 refit (part 1), Number 16, Jan. 2001
  • Cape Dory 27 refit (part 2), Number 17, Mar. 2001
  • Pearson Triton bluewater refit, Number 18, May 2001
  • Chris-Craft Capri 30, Number 18, May 2001
  • Mustang, Rod Stephens’ New York 32, Number 19, July 2001
  • Marshall Sanderling, Number 20, Sept. 2001
  • Alberg Corinthian, Number 20, Sept. 2001
  • MacGregor Venture Newport, Number 21, Nov. 2001
  • Bayfield 25, Number 25, July 2002
  • Hinckley Pilot 35, Number 25, July 2002
  • Pearson 26, Number 26, Sept. 2002
  • Catalina 36, Number 27, Nov. 2002
  • Restoring Renee, Number 28, Jan. 2003
  • Plastic sheathing for Ulysses, Number 29, Mar. 2003
  • Chrysler S-27, Number 30, May 2003
  • Teak Lady, Number 31, July 2003
  • Improbable, Number 32, September, 2003
  • Hinckley 38, Number 33, November, 2003
  • Alden Challenger, Number 34, January 2004
  • MacGregor Venture Newport 23, Number 35, March 2004
  • Alden woodie, Number 36, May 2004
  • Westsail 42, Number 36, May 2004
  • Venture MacGregor 222, Number 40, January 2005
  • Cheoy Lee Pedrick 41, Number 40, January 2005
  • Dave Martin’s Cal 25, Number 40, January 2005
  • Marshall Sanderling, Number 41, March 2005
  • Morgan 34, Number 42, May 2005
  • Nicholson 31, Part 1, Number 44, September 2005
  • Nicholson 31, Part 2, Number 45, November 2005
  • Paceship Westwind 24, Number 46, January 2006
  • Cape Dory Typhoon, Number 47, March 2006
  • Scorpio 35, Number 48, May 2006
  • Pearson 36, Number 49, July 2006
  • Rebirth of Maruska, a Pearson 365, Number 49, July 2006
  • Rebirth of Maruska, Number 50, September 2006
  • Rebirth of Maruska, Number 51, November 2006
  • Pearson Triton, Number 51, November 2006
  • Chrysler 22, Number 52, January 2007
  • Kittiwake 23, Number 53, March 2007
  • Cape Cod Catboat (built new), Number 56, September 2007
  • Ericson Cruising 31, Number 61, July 2008
  • Pearson Ariel hull #1, Number 64, January 2009
  • C&C 25, Number 67, July 2009
  • Becoming Elizabeth Ann, a Catalina 27, Number 69, November 2009
  • Glorious, luxurious Sinfonietta, Number 70, January 2010
  • “Is it done yet?”, Bristol 30, Number 73, July 2010
  • Refitting a rare Voyager 26, Number 74, September 2010
  • Slowing down at 70, Alberg 30, Number 81, November 2011
  • Learning what you love (Sailstar Corinthian), Number 82, January 2012
  • From weekender to months-on-ender (O’Day 23), Number 83, March 2012
  • My journey with the Vera May (Hallberg-Rassy Mistral 33), Number 84, May 2012
  • From eBay to the ocean blue (Coronado 25), Number 85, July 2012
  • Yachting for pennies (Morgan 24), Number 87, November 2012
  • Classic in blue (Irwin 32), Number 88, January 2013
  • Establishing a French connection (Sonate 28), Number 89, March 2013
  • Sundew returns to bloom (Watkins 27), Number 90, May 2013
  • Reinsnest, an Ericson 27, Number 92, September 2013
  • Sophie, twice revived (Chris Craft Capitan), Number 93, November 2013
  • Purchase, refit, and repeat (Golden Gate 30), Number 94, January 2014
  • Wrecked in the desert . . . (Balboa 20), Number 96, May 2014
  • Restoring an O'Day Mariner, Number 97, July 2014
  • A fresh bout of old-boatitis . . . (International Folkboat), Number 98, September 2014
  • A Cal 34's second life, Number 99, November 2014
  • Atelier . . . (Chris-Craft Sail Yacht), Number 102, May 2015
  • Saved from extinction (Pacific 30), Number 103, July 2015
  • Irresistible Bluenose, Number 106, January 2016
  • This Herreshoff America catboat, Number 107, March 2016
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    Sailing 101

    • Depth Sounders 101, Number 31, July 2003
    • Marine-Band 101, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Alternators 101, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Diesel Engines 101, Number 34, January 2004
    • GPS 101, Number 35, March 2004
    • Steering Systems 101, Number 36, May 2004
    • Fiberglass 101, Number 37, July 2004
    • Seacocks 101, Number 38, September 2004
    • Bilge Pumps 101, Number 39, November 2004
    • Shaft Log 101, Number 40, January 2005
    • Chart Plotters 101, Number 41, March 2005
    • Binoculars 101, Number 42, May 2005
    • Radar 101, Number 43, July 2005
    • Rope 101, Number 44, September 2005
    • Nautical Compass 101, Number 45, November 2005
    • Solar Panels 101, Number 46, January 2006
    • Galley Stoves 101, Number 47, March 2006
    • Nautical Time 101, Number 48, May 2006
    • Mainsail Handling 101, Number 49, July 2006
    • Cabin Heaters 101, Number 50, September 2006
    • Iron Wind 101, Number 51, November 2006
    • Standing Rigging 101, Number 52, January 2007
    • Reefing and Furling Jibs 101, Number 53, March 2007
    • Anchor Sentinels 101, Number 54, May 2007
    • Wind Terminology 101, Number 55, July 2007
    • Fire Extinguishers 101, Number 56, September 2007
    • Docklines 101, Number 57, November 2007
    • EPIRBs, PLBs, SARTs, Number 58, January 2008
    • Fume Detectors, Number 59, March 2008
    • Electronic Lifesavers, Number 60, May 2008
    • Bronze & Brass 101, Number 61, July 2008
    • Inverters 101, Number 62, September 2008
    • Anchor Lights 101, Number 63, November 2008
    • Signaling for Help 101, Number 64, January 2009
    • Shorepower Adapters 101, Number 65, March 2009
    • Mooring Buoy Pickup 101, Number 66, May 2009
    • Ditch Bag 101, Number 67, July 2009,
    • Lazy-Jacks 101, Number 68, September 2009
    • Wind Generators 101, Number 69, November 2009
    • Travelers 101, Number 70, January 2010
    • Propellers 101, Number 71, March 2010
    • Lifelines 101, Number 72, May 2010
    • Why Boats Sink 101, Number 73, July 2010
    • Buoyancy and Displacement, Number 74, September 2010
    • GPS Vulnerabilities 101, Number 75, November 2010
    • Displacement Hull Speed, Number 76, January 2011
    • Watermakers 101, Number 77, March 2011
    • Water Tanks 101, Number 78, May 2011
    • Mechanical Advantage 101, Number 79, July 2011
    • Measuring Boat Speed 101, Number 80, September 2011
    • Icebox Insulation 101, Number 81, November 2011
    • Boat Refrigeration 101, Number 82, January 2012
    • Hoses 101, Number 83, March 2012
    • Boom Vangs 101, Number 84, May 2012
    • Outhauls 101, Number 85, July 2012
    • The Gaff-Rigged Sail 101, Number 86, September 2012
    • The Hand-Bearing Compass 101, Number 87, November 2012
    • Spreaders 101, Number 88, January 2013
    • Draft Adjusters 101, Number 89, March 2013
    • The Cunningham 101, Number 90, May 2013
    • Chart Datum and GPS 101, Number 91, July 2013
    • Standing Rigging Terminals 101, Number 92, September 2013
    • Windvane Steering 101, Number 93, November 2013
    • Coaxial Cable 101, Number 94, January 2014
    • Sacrificial Anodes 101, Number 95, March 2014
    • Leach Lines 101, Number 96, May 2014
    • Marine Electrical Wire 101, Number 97, July 2014
    • Paper Charts 101, Number 98, September 2014
    • Sail Telltails 101, Number 99, November 2014
    • AIS 101, Number 100, January 2015
    • Wiring Terminals 101, Number 101, March 2015
    • Boarding Ladders 101, Number 102, May 2015
    • The Gunter Rig 101, Number 103, July 2015
    • Rowing a Hard Dinghy 101, Number 104, September 2015
    • Mainsail Reefing 101, Number 105, November 2015
    • Soundproofing 101, Number 105, January 2016
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    Weather Watch

    • Surface weather maps, part 1, Number 107, March 2016
    • Surface weather maps, part 2, Number 108, May 2016
    • How clouds form and are named, Number 109, July 2016
    • Doppler weather radar, part 1, Number 110, September 2016
    • Doppler weather radar, part 1, Number 111, November 2016
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    Sails

    • Sailbrokers, Number 2, Sept. 1998
    • Vang/preventer, Number 3, Nov. 1998
    • Roller furling vs. bags on deck, Number 3, Nov. 1998
    • New sails for good old boats, Number 7, July 1999
    • Riding sails, Number 10, Jan. 2000
    • Whisker poles, Number 10, Jan. 2000
    • Buying new sails, Number 13, July 2000
    • Advantages of the cutter rig, Number 15, Nov. 2000
    • Joys of the club-footed jib, Number 15, Nov. 2000
    • Jibs by the names and numbers, Number 17, Mar. 2001
    • Furling systems, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Two headsails or one (sloops and cutters), Number 39, November 2004
    • Sail plans, Number 41, March 2005
    • Fearless foresheets, Number 48, May 2006
    • Mainsail Handling 101, Number 49, July 2006
    • Sloop sailing with one sail, Number 53, March 2007
    • Respecting the furler, Number 54, May 2007
    • Taming the boom with off-center vangs, Number 59, March 2008
    • Building sails for a Whitby 42, Number 67, July 2009
    • The Code Zero light air sail, Number 67, July 2009
    • Doing the twist, Number 70, January 2010
    • The case for the light-air mainsail, Number 70, January 2010
    • Dihedral twins, Number 73, July 2010
    • Make your own lazy-jacks, Number 73, July 2010
    • Taming the main, Number 73, July 2010
    • Pitch the pole, Number 75, November 2010
    • Sewing their own sail, Number 76, January 2011
    • Seizing slides and slugs, Number 87, November 2012
    • Simplify sail changes, Number 100, January 2015
    • Why sails fail, Number 103, July 2015
    • To sew, or not to sew, Number 104, September 2015
    • Sail-repair essentials, Number 105, November 2015
    • Rollaway square sail, Number 105, November 2015
    • Taming a hanked-on headsail, Number 105, November 2015
    • Storm trysail, Number 106, January 2016
    • Straightening a kinked Schaefer furler, Number 107, March 2016
    • Deflecting sheet tangles, Number 109, July 2016
    • Leading traveler controls to the helm, Number 110, September 2016
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    Engines

    • Atomic 4, Number 1, June 1998
    • Wet exhaust and other marine exhausts, Number 2, Sept. 1998
    • Repowering, replacing your diesel (part 1), Number 9, Nov. 1999
    • Repowering, replacing your diesel (part 2), Number 10, Jan. 2000
    • The poor sailor’s diesel installation, Number 16, Jan. 2001
    • Electric propulsion, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Long-shaft conversion, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Repowering, Part 1: the decisions, Number 26, Sept. 2002
    • Repowering, Part 2: replacing the engine, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Inside outboard, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Cleaning out the Atomic 4, Number 31, July 2003
    • Doctoring the outboard, Number 35, March 2004
    • Universal love (falling in love with an engine), Number 36, May 2004
    • Two-stroke vs. four-stroke, Number 37, July 2004
    • Choosing an engine/how much power, Number 37, July 2004
    • Whisper’s unique prop placement, Number 48, May 2006
    • Installing an inboard where none has been, Number 50, September 2006
    • Is it wise to put an inboard diesel in a small boat, Number 50, September 2006
    • Iron Wind 101, Number 51, November 2006
    • Avoiding engine failure in rough seas, Number 52, January 2007
    • Exhaust ingenuity, Number 54, May 2007
    • Engine lubrication, Number 55, July 2007
    • Engine coolants, Number 56, September 2007
    • Losing engine coolant, Number 59, March 2008
    • A history of the Universal Atomic 4, Number 64, January 2009
    • Cooling an overheating diesel, Number 68, September 2009
    • Taming the squealing beast, Number 70, January 2010
    • Engine oil mystery, Number 71, March 2010
    • A working vacation, Number 76, January 2011
    • An affordable A4 rejuvenation, Number 76, January 2011
    • Damper plate redo, Number 78, May 2011
    • Electric auxiliary conversion, Number 78, May 2011
    • Repowering to a saildrive, Number 91, July 2013
    • A replacement lift pump, Number 93, November 2013
    • Dead in the water, Number 100, January 2015
    • An engine with a fever, Number 101, March 2015
    • Engine-saving alarm, Number 102, May 2015
    • Troubleshooting engine gauges, Number 104, September 2015
    • Prop shaft generators, Number 108, May 2016
    • Diesel-vent burp suppressor, Number 109, July 2016
    • Using a pillow block on a too-long prop shaft, Number 110, September 2016
    • Replacing a fuel tank, Number 111, November 2016
    • Build your own exhaust mixer, Number 111, November 2016
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    Systems

    • Through-hulls and marine metals, Number 1, June 1998
    • Repair of fuel, waste, and water tanks, Number 4, Jan. 1999
    • Fuel and water filters, Number 5, Mar. 1999
    • Safe shorepower, Number 5, Mar. 1999
    • Standing rigging, Number 6, May 1999
    • Advantages of tillers, Number 6, May 1999
    • New swageless fitting, Number 11, Mar. 2000
    • Through-hulls, Number 14, Sept. 2000
    • EPIRBs, Number 16, Jan. 2001
    • Problems with the sea chest, Number 17, Mar. 2001
    • Rudder tubes, Number 18, May 2001
    • Low-voltage problems, Number 18, May 2001
    • Sea anchors and drogues, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • Sanitary systems, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • Stuffing boxes, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Cutless bearings, Number 24, May 2002
    • Windvane steering, Number 24, May 2002
    • Cruising rigs, Number 25, July 2002
    • Propeller options, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • Ohm’s law, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • Trailer sailing begins with “trailer,” Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • Troubleshooting simplified, Number 31, July 2003
    • Fire protection, Number 31, July 2003
    • Autopilots, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Wind generators, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Cordage, Number 42, May 2005
    • Practical boat binoculars, Number 43, July 2005
    • Biodiesel for sailors, Number 43, July 2005
    • Weather basics, Number 45, November 2005
    • Captain Voss and the sea anchor, Number 45, November 2005
    • Standing rigging, Number 46, January 2006
    • Anchoring rules, Number 46, January 2006
    • Marine radar, Number 47, March 2006
    • Rethinking the head, Number 47, March 2006
    • Systems that work, Number 47, March 2006
    • Dealing with propane, Number 49, July 2006
    • Adjusting your standing rigging, Number 50, September 2006
    • Anchor windlass installation, Number 51, November 2006
    • Raincatchers, Number 52, January 2007
    • Mooring systems, Number 53, March 2007
    • Navigation lights, Number 53, March 2007
    • Inexpensive electrical system, Number 57, November 2007
    • Avoiding steering problems, Number 60, May 2008
    • Methods for carrying the dinghy, Number 60, May 2008
    • Good old electrical system, Number 60, May 2008
    • Electrical vapor detectors, Number 68, September 2009
    • The truth about GPS, Number 73, July 2010
    • Anatomy of a lightning strike, Number 73, July 2010
    • Bigger cockpit drains, Number 74, September 2010
    • Better drinking water, Number 74, September 2010
    • Winterizing your boat, Number 74, September 2010
    • A wash-down for the anchor, Number 74, September 2010
    • Self-steering with the twins, Number 75, November 2010
    • Follow the sun, Number 77, March 2011
    • High-end heat on a budget, Number 77, March 2011
    • A strong word for the single-spreader rig, Number 79, July 2011
    • Where there is no rigger, Part One, Number 79, July 2011
    • Where there is no rigger, Part Two, Number 80, September 2011
    • Anchor kellet: take 1, Number 80, September 2011
    • Anchor kellet: take 2, Number 80, September 2011
    • Chameleon: a tender in two parts, Number 83, March 2012
    • Boat, phone home, Number 83, March 2012
    • A boat explodes, Number 85, July 2012
    • Galvanic isolator, Number 88, January 2013
    • Compass errors, Number 88, January 2013
    • From iNstruction manuals to iNventory, Number 89, March 2013
    • Weather in pictures, Number 90, May 2013
    • Mast-raising magic, Number 90, May 2013
    • Tight and tidy tails, Number 91, July 2013
    • Shakedown shakeout, Number 92, September 2013
    • Building a junk rig, Number 95, March 2014
    • Strength savers, Number 96, May 2014
    • The gadget-filled boat, Number 96, May 2014
    • Roadside seduction, Number 97, July 2014
    • Lightning protection?, Number 98, September 2014
    • The cruising-capable dinghy, Number 98, September 2014
    • Trailer revival, Number 98, September 2014
    • Dinghy power hoist, Number 101, March 2015
    • AIS for the rest of us, Number 103, July 2015
    • Inverter essentials, Number 103, July 2015
    • Cool package, Number 104, September 2015
    • Anchor windlass remote, Number 105, November 2015
    • Automating a compass light, Number 105, January 2016
    • An anchor light on auto, Number 105, January 2016
    • Anchoring once and for all, Number 105, January 2016
    • Weightless water, Number 105, January 2016
    • Tracing DC electrical faults, Number 107, March 2016
    • An unbreakable wind indicator, Number 107, March 2016
    • Through with through-bolts?, Number 107, March 2016
    • Jib-furler straightjacket, Number 107, March 2016
    • Sail power, Number 108, May 2016
    • Dinghy ramblings, Number 108, May 2016
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    Materials, design, and construction

    • Focus on aluminum and steel yachts, Number 7, July 1999
    • Yacht design formulas, Number 7, July 1999
    • Helm balance, Number 9, Nov. 1999
    • Boat stability, Number 11, Mar. 2000
    • Fiberglass production overview, Number 11, Mar. 2000
    • Advantages and repair of wooden boats, Number 12, May 2000
    • How rating rules shaped design of good old boats, Number 12, May 2000
    • Keel design, Number 13, July 2000
    • Wooden boat construction, Number 14, Sept. 2000
    • Holland’s Boeier yachts, Number 14, Sept. 2000
    • Aesthetics of sailboat design, Number 15, Nov. 2000
    • Capsize: What causes it and what can you do to prevent it, Number 15, Nov. 2000
    • Skipjacks, Number 16, Jan. 2001
    • Schooners, Number 16, Jan. 2001
    • The fore-and-aft rig, Number 17, Mar. 2001
    • The Metal Boat Society, Number 18, May 2001
    • Shoal draft, Number 19, July 2001
    • Metal corrosion, part 1, Number 19, July 2001
    • Metal corrosion, part 2, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Resistance in yachts, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Tartan 33 and the Scheel keel, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • The Viking yacht, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Monterey boats, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Hull Form, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Bowsprits, bumpkins, and belaying pins, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Interpreting lines drawings, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • Deadeyes, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • Displacement, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Rudders, skegs, and spades, Number 26, Sept. 2002
    • Scantling rules, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Motorsailers, Number 28, Jan. 2003
    • The double fin advantage, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • Recognizing quality craftsmanship, Number 30, May 2003
    • Interior layout, Number 31, July 2003
    • Comfort Ratio, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Center cockpits and pilothouses, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Building a skipjack, Number 34, January 2004
    • Berth design, Number 34, January 2004
    • Replacing a boom, Number 35, March 2004
    • Galley design, Number 35, March 2004
    • Rigging terminals, Number 36, May 2004
    • Cabin and dining area design, Number 36, May 2004
    • Moisture meters, Number 36, May 2004
    • Gandy Dancer dinghy, Number 39, November 2004
    • Sealants and adhesives, Number 39, November 2004
    • Teak mystique, Number 40, January 2005
    • Heat-shrink hose clamp test, Number 41, March 2005
    • Planning a head, Number 42, May 2005
    • Surviving capsize, Number 43, July 2005
    • Cabot 36 comeback, Number 44, September 2005
    • Marine corrosion, Part 1, Number 44, September 2005
    • Marine corrosion, Part 2, Number 45, November 2005
    • Pilot rails, Number 47, March 2006
    • Surface-mounted ports, Number 47, March 2006
    • Deciphering an HIN, Number 47, March 2006
    • The Spray and other circumnavigators, Number 49, July 2006
    • Four compromises in yacht design, Number 52, January 2007
    • Taking the ground, Number 53, March 2007
    • The schooner rig, Number 54, May 2007
    • A bluewater-capable yacht, Part 1, Number 55, July 2007
    • A bluewater-capable yacht, Part 2, Number 56, September 2007
    • A bluewater-capable yacht, Part 3, Number 57, November 2007
    • Wooden boat revival, Part 1, Number 57, November 2007
    • Wooden boat revival, Part 2, Number 58, January 2008
    • Vacuum bagging, Number 58, January 2008
    • Seakindliness, Number 62, September 2008
    • Workboat influence on boat design, Number 63, November 2008
    • Design language by Robert Perry, Number 68, September 2009
    • Best forefoot forward (bow designs) by Robert Perry, Number 69, November 2009
    • Stern talk by Robert Perry, Number 70, January 2010
    • From steel mono to plywood multi, Part 1, Number 70, January 2010
    • All about keels, Part 1 by Robert Perry, Number 71, March 2010
    • The first cut, Part 2, Number 71, March 2010
    • All about keels, Part 2 by Robert Perry, Number 72, May 2010
    • The rudiments of rudders by Robert Perry, Number 73, July 2010
    • Talking about rigs by Robert Perry, Number 74, September 2010
    • Appraising accommodations by Robert Perry, Number 75, November 2010
    • A designer's designer by Robert Perry, Number 76, January 2011
    • How a designer sees a deck by Robert Perry, Number 77, March 2011
    • Making steel boats last, Number 77, March 2011
    • Making old boats sail better by Robert Perry, Number 78, May 2011
    • A yacht designer's laments, Number 79, July 2011
    • The legacy of Bill Tripp by Robert Perry, Number 81, November 2011
    • Beauty is in the numbers by Robert Perry, Number 82, January 2012
    • Idiosyncracies of the IOR, Number 83, March 2012
    • Origins of the keel/centerboard, Number 85, July 2012
    • Double-enders and canoe sterns, Number 86, September 2012
    • What is a cutter? Number 87, November 2012
    • Once upon a leg o' mutton, Number 89, March 2013
    • Keel/centerboard evolution, Number 91, July 2013
    • Defining a pilothouse, Number 92, September 2013
    • Sail plans for cruising, Number 92, September 2013
    • Pilothouses and performance, Number 93, November 2013
    • Ratio rationale, Number 93, November 2013
    • Scientific yacht design, Number 94, January 2014
    • The once and future boat bow, Number 95, March 2014
    • Seakindliness, Number 97, July 2014
    • How sailboat rudders evolved, Number 100, January 2015
    • Keel evolution, part 1, Number 102, May 2015
    • Something gained, something lost, (amenities vs. performance) Number 103, July 2015
    • Keel evolution, part 2, Number 103, July 2015
    • Keel evolution, part 3, Number 104, September 2015
    • Fundamentals of stability, part 1, Number 108, May 2016
    • Fundamentals of stability, part 2, Number 109, July 2016
    • Comparing dry suits to immersion suits, Number 110, September 2016
    • Removing portlights and removing the evidence, Number 111, November 2016
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    Maintenance and upgrades

    • Rubrail revival, Number 1, June 1998
    • Deck delamination, Number 3, Nov. 1998
    • Blister repair (part 1), Number 5, Mar. 1999
    • Mildew wars, Number 6, May 1999
    • Do-it-yourself rigging, Number 8, Sept. 1999
    • Replacing your ports, Number 8, Sept. 1999
    • Blister repair (part 2), Number 8, Sept. 1999
    • Building your own holding tanks, Number 9, Nov. 1999
    • Bottom paints, Number 10, Jan. 2000
    • Heating and cooling your boat, Number 10, Jan. 2000
    • Sealants, Number 11, Mar. 2000
    • Installing an anchor windlass, Number 13, July 2000
    • Faux teak decks, Number 16, Jan. 2001
    • An aluminum toerail for an old racer, Number 18, May 2001
    • Rudder renewal, Number 18, May 2001
    • Fitting bronze portlights, Number 19, July 2001
    • Stanchion repair, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Build a leakproof classic hatch, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Painting the topsides, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • Painting the deck, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Head maintenance, Number 24, May 2002
    • Replacing a tiller with a wheel, Number 30, May 2003
    • Changes to accommodate aging bodies, Number 30, May 2003
    • Winch maintenance, Number 30, May 2003
    • Portlight replacement, Number 31, July 2003
    • Water tank to chain locker conversion, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Paneling the overhead, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Building a hard-top dodger, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Dutchman refit, Number 34, January 2004
    • Cockpit grating, Number 35, March 2004
    • Engine access and recessed sinkboard, Number 35, March 2004
    • Emergency tillers, Number 36, May 2004
    • Replacing a fuel tank, Number 36, May 2004
    • Choosing fabric for cushions, Number 37, July 2004
    • Preventing leaks and drips, Number 38, September 2004
    • Replacing the sole and making new ballast, Number 38, September 2004
    • Lightweight floor covering comes in cans, Number 39, November 2004
    • Replacing a teak deck, Number 41, March 2005
    • Adding a deck-wash system, Number 41, March 2005
    • Dinette conversion, Number 41, March 2005
    • Brightwork, Number 42, May 2005
    • Portlight replacement, Number 42, May 2005
    • Blister repair, Number 42, May 2005
    • Building a boom gallows, Number 43, July 2005
    • Fixing a corroded mast, Number 44, September 2005
    • Making a new mahogany-and-holly sole, Number 44, September 2005
    • Filling a fiberglass hole, Number 45, November 2005
    • Building a big bed in the main cabin, Number 45, November 2005
    • Equipping a boat for solo voyaging, Number 46, January 2006
    • Converting a quarter berth to a cockpit locker, Number 46, January 2006
    • Building a hard dodger, Number 48, May 2006
    • Fixing a sticky rudder, Number 49, July 2006
    • All-purpose settee berth, Number 49, July 2006
    • Evolution of a cruising boat, Part 1, Number 49, July 2006
    • Evolution of a cruising boat, Part 2, Number 50, September 2006
    • Improved dorades, Number 50, September 2006
    • Improving a dinette table, Number 51, November 2006
    • Classy electrical panel, Number 51, November 2006
    • Star cracks, Number 52, January 2007
    • Improving stowage spaces, Number 52, January 2007
    • Emergency portlight covers, Number 53, March 2007
    • Redo your non-skid, Number 56, September 2007
    • Winter tarps and boat canopies, Number 56, September 2007
    • Improved hull liners, Number 56, September 2007
    • Settee and table conversion, Number 57, November 2007
    • Installing an inside shower, Number 57, November 2007
    • Hull insulation, Number 58, January 2008
    • Winch maintenance, Number 59, March 2008
    • Rig inspection and maintenance, Number 59, March 2008
    • Choosing the right antifoulant, Number 59, March 2008
    • Painting your boat, Number 62, September 2008
    • Applying bottom paint, Number 62, September 2008
    • Practical uses for twin backstays, Number 62, September 2008
    • Getting the prop off, Number 62, September 2008
    • Fixing a Cutless bearing, Number 62, September 2008
    • Sanding fiberglass, Number 64, January 2009
    • Wrestling with rust, Number 64, January 2009
    • Rudder repair the hard way, Number 64, January 2009
    • A breath of fresh air, Number 64, January 2009
    • Mast step repair, Number 65, March 2009
    • Prop matching, Number 65, March 2009
    • Chainplate islands, Number 65, March 2009
    • Major deck repair, Number 65, March 2009
    • Clean your boat with essential oils, Number 65, March 2009
    • Check your through-hull holes, Number 65, March 2009
    • Remote-control searchlight, Number 65, March 2009
    • Creating stowage, Number 66, May 2009
    • Make a new hatch, Number 66, May 2009
    • A new cabin sole, Number 66, May 2009
    • Fresh traction on an old deck, Number 67, July 2009
    • Washing old rope, Number 67, July 2009
    • Wood burning cabin heater, Number 68, September 2009
    • Polishing old hardware, Number 68, September 2009
    • Old tender renovation, Number 68, September 2009
    • Bring on the heat (bilge pumps), Number 69, November 2009
    • Adapting to flanged seacocks, Number 69, November 2009
    • Maintain your perimeter (lifelines), Number 69, November 2009
    • DIY boat cushions, Number 69, November 2009
    • A go-anywhere outboard motor mount, Number 70, January 2010
    • Making Magnolia more seaworthy, Number 70, January 2010
    • Molding a new sea hood, Number 70, January 2010
    • The inside-out rudder, Number 71, March 2010
    • LPU blues: Painting Splendora, Number 71, March 2010
    • Hardware on soft decks, Number 71, March 2010
    • Better backing blocks, Number 71, March 2010
    • Replacing a backstay, Number 72, May 2010
    • New-era navigation lights, Number 72, May 2010
    • Rewiring a Westsail 32, Number 74, September 2010
    • Forever handrails, Number 75, November 2010
    • Multi-position table, Number 75, November 2010
    • Sewing machine surprise, Number 75, November 2010
    • Threading a new throttle, Number 75, November 2010
    • Lucky break, Number 75, November 2010
    • Keeping up with the rigging, Number 75, November 2010
    • Getting a grip, Number 76, January 2011
    • Maintenance on the run, Number 76, January 2011
    • An uplifting conversion,Number 76, January 2011
    • A new classic toerail, Number 77, March 2011
    • A fresh new deck, Number 77, March 2011
    • A cockpit table built from scratch, Number 77, March 2011
    • Companionway steps with storage, Number 77, March 2011
    • Sole revival, Number 77, March 2011
    • Why July?, Number 79, July 2011
    • Cooking without pressure, Number 79, July 2011
    • Creative stowage solutions, Number 79, July 2011
    • Zero-discharge solution, Number 80, September 2011
    • Restoring luster to a cabin sole, Number 80, September 2011
    • Galley improvisations, Number 80, September 2011
    • Nikki's galley, Number 80, September 2011
    • Daylight on the cheap, Number 81, November 2011
    • Inexpensive burglar alarms, Number 81, November 2011
    • Non-skid renewal update, Number 81, November 2011
    • To varnish or . . . not, Number 81, November 2011
    • Tips for sailboat restorers, Number 82, January 2012
    • Fixing dysfunctional drawers, Number 82, January 2012
    • Bamboo for the sole, Number 82, January 2012
    • LED lights revisited, Number 82, January 2012
    • Davits — their ups and downs, Number 82, January 2012
    • Sigfrid’s boarding ladder, Number 82, January 2012
    • Do it right the first time (cutting holes in cored composite decks), Number 83, March 2012
    • Holding tank essentials, Number 83, March 2012
    • The boat painter’s apprentice, Number 83, March 2012
    • Cockpit mats for dogs, Number 84, May 2012
    • Restore that faded gelcoat, Number 85, July 2012
    • Corrosion monsters, Number 87, November 2012
    • Rebedding chainplates, Number 88, January 2013
    • A mock-up shows the way, Number 89, March 2013
    • Resurfacing cockpit seats, Number 89, March 2013
    • Maximizing stowage, Number 90, May 2013
    • A multi-tasking seacock, Number 90, May 2013
    • A mast boot for all seasons, Number 90, May 2013
    • Replacing rudder bearings, Number 90, May 2013
    • Bottom sanding for lightweights, Number 92, September 2013
    • A better boat tarp, Number 92, September 2013
    • Tabletop turnaround, Number 92, September 2013
    • Cabin sole do-over, Number 92, September 2013
    • An antenna post as art, Number 93, November 2013
    • Single-step boarding ladder, Number 93, November 2013
    • Hull envy, Number 93, November 2013
    • Hull envy, part two, Number 94, January 2014
    • Replacing lifelines, Number 94, January 2014
    • Engine instrument update, Number 94, January 2014
    • Entr'acte's Bubble of Comfort, Number 95, March 2014
    • An inspired table, Number 95, March 2014
    • Hatch patch, Number 95, March 2014
    • Ice magic, Number 96, May 2014
    • Screens for cowl vents, Number 96, May 2014
    • Watertight chainplates, Number 96, May 2014
    • Tearing Levity apart, Number 96, May 2014
    • A wooden wheel, Number 97, July 2014
    • The blister question, Number 97, July 2014
    • Tackling blisters one by one, Number 97, July 2014
    • Lifeline security, Number 97, July 2014
    • A leak-proof deck gland, Number 98, September 2014
    • Winterizing without tears, Number 99, November 2014
    • No time for perfection, Number 99, November 2014
    • Surface-mounted deadlights, Number 99, November 2014
    • Rebuilding a deck, part 1, Number 99, November 2014
    • Bottom-up head rebuild, Number 100, January 2015
    • Cloth entryway solutions, Number 100, January 2015
    • Rebuilding a deck, part 2, Number 100, January 2015
    • Bimini window treatment, Number 100, January 2015
    • G-10 steps up, Number 101, March 2015
    • A tiller-friendly cockpit table, Number 101, March 2015
    • Shower power, Number 101, March 2015
    • An inlaid table . . ., Number 101, March 2015
    • Renewing the headliner, Number 101, March 2015
    • Progress through procrastination, Number 102, May 2015
    • When halyard sheaves go bad, Number 102, May 2015
    • Nurdle’s new centerboard, Number 103, July 2015
    • Head makeover, Number 103, July 2015
    • Bug barriers, Number 104, September 2015
    • Holding tank harmony, Number 104, September 2015
    • Heading off odors, Number 104, September 2015
    • Replacing a water tank, Number 104, September 2015
    • When a rudder needs replacing, Number 105, November 2015
    • Reach the out-of-reach, Number 106, January 2016
    • The Lazarus dinghy, Number 106, January 2016
    • Bringing Wind Wanderer up to snuff, Number 106, January 2016
    • DIY boatyard awning, Number 107, March 2016
    • Winch maintenance, Number 107, March 2016
    • Replacing opening port screens, Number 107, March 2016
    • Recovering worn cushions, Number 107, March 2016
    • Repairing dogs for opening ports, Number 107, March 2016
    • A makeover for the head, Number 108, May 2016
    • Better backing plates, Number 108, May 2016
    • Installing air conditioning, Number 108, May 2016
    • Repairing a stern tube, Number 109, July 2016
    • Is your shorepower cable leaking? Number 110, September 2016
    • Complete refrigerator/freezer makeover, Number 111, November 2016
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    Boatbuying

    • What to look for when buying an older boat, Number 2, Sept. 1998
    • Is fiberglass forever?, Number 3, Nov. 1998
    • Buying, financing, and insuring good old boats, Number 3, Nov. 1998
    • Choosing dinghies, Number 4, Jan. 1999
    • Choosing oars, Number 5, Mar. 1999
    • Affordable boat: partnerships, basics, and careful buying (Tartan 34C), Number 6, May 1999
    • Pros and cons of traditional and inflatable dinghies, Number 12, May 2000
    • Are sailboats an investment?, Number 12, May 2000
    • Finding used cruising multihulls, Number 14, Sept. 2000
    • 9 steps to boat ownership, Number 17, Mar. 2001
    • Prepping your boat for sale, Number 25, July 2002
    • Five-year plan for boat refits, Number 25, July 2002
    • Small is better, Number 30, May 2003
    • Choosing a trailerable boat, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Search for the right boat, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Finding the right cruiser, Number 33, November, 2003
    • In search of a boat, Number 34, January 2004
    • Chasing dreams, Number 34, January 2004
    • Choosing the right boat, Number 35, March 2004
    • Hal Roth on choosing affordable boats, Number 38, September 2004
    • Dinghy dilemma (Porta-Bote and Folbot), Number 40, January 2005
    • Confessions of a bottom feeder, Number 48, May 2006
    • Smart boat-buying, Number 52, January 2007
    • How to buy and sell on eBay, Number 53, March 2007
    • Taken for a ride on eBay, Number 53, March 2007
    • Portland Pudgy, Number 54, May 2007
    • Are brokers necessary, Number 54, May 2007
    • The joy of rowing, Number 55, July 2007
    • The vibe factor, Number 56, September 2007
    • WaterTender, a tender for cruisers, Number 60, May 2008
    • Long-distance boatbuying, Number 60, May 2008
    • Think big, buy small, Number 64, January 2009
    • Marine auctions buyer beware, Number 67, July 2009
    • Seeking the perfect compromise, Number 70, January 2010
    • Just plain too big?, Number 74, September 2010
    • Go cheap and go in comfort, Number 88, January 2013
    • Cross-country clipper, Number 92, September 2013
    • Ok, now what? (hurricane aftermath), Number 93, November 2013
    • Trailer-sailer choices, Number 94, January 2014
    • Fix it or nix it?, Number 95, March 2014
    • Caveat vendor, Number 99, November 2014
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    Other tech

    • Nautical photographer, Number 2, Sept. 1998
    • How we keep time (and why), Number 10, Jan. 2000
    • Time out (precise time telling), Number 19, July 2001
    • Point/Counterpoint: Essential cruising gear, Number 34, January 2004
    • Our magnetic earth, Number 34, January 2004
    • Tides, Number 32, September, 2003
    • The miracle overhead, Number 48, May 2006
    • Moonglow, Number 50, September 2006
    • Satelliltes for sailors, Number 55, July 2007
    • Check your instrument panel, Number 58, January 2008
    • The Big Boat Rule, Number 58, January 2008
    • Extending your range, Number 63, November 2008
    • Google Earth afloat, Number 66, May 2009
    • Aftermath of a fire on board, Number 69, November 2009
    • To lose or not to lose your boat (insurance), Number 69, November 2009
    • Night vision, Number 83, March 2012
    • UV exposed, Number 83, March 2012
    • Landfalls with bull’s-eye precision, Number 84, May 2012
    • Think before you shoot (nautical photos), Number 85, July 2012
    • Dolphin's demise, Number 88, January 2013
    • Fire aboard, Number 90, May 2013
    • Automating a compass light, Number 106, January 2016
    • Automating an anchor light, Number 106, January 2016
    • DIY LEDs, Number 107, March 2016
    • Technology for navigation, Number 109, July 2016
    • Making two wires do the work of three at the masthead, Number 110, September 2016
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    History articles

    • Birth of the Valiant, Number 2, Sept. 1998
    • History of the Allied Boat Company, Number 4, Jan. 1999
    • Pearson era and the birth of fiberglass, Number 9, Nov. 1999
    • Tahitiana (a steel classic), Number 11, Mar. 2000
    • Birth of fiberglass boats, Number 13, July 2000
    • History of the Cheoy Lee Company, Number 13, July 2000
    • Catalina Yachts, Number 16, Jan. 2001
    • Cherubini Hunters, Number 17, Mar. 2001
    • The halcyon days of auxiliary power, Number 18, May 2001
    • History of the Columbia Yachts, Number 24, May 2002
    • C&C Yachts, Number 26, Sept. 2002
    • Hallberg-Rassy Company, Number 28, Jan. 2003
    • Chris-Craft sailboats, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • Sabre Yachts, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Tartan Yachts, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Yacht Constructors (Cascade Yachts), Number 34, January 2004
    • Camper & Nicholsons, Number 37, July 2004
    • Com-Pac Yachts, Hutchins Company, Number 40, January 2005
    • Island Packet Yachts and Bob Johnson, Number 43, July 2005
    • Pacific Seacraft, Number 48, May 2006
    • Trekka makes a comeback, Number 50, September 2006
    • The Clark Boat Company, Number 58, January 2008
    • A glance astern (Dave and Jaja Martin), Number 61, July 2008
    • 50 years (Brewer on how yachts have changed), Number 61, July 2008
    • Universal Atomic 4, Number 64, January 2009
    • The enduring adaptable sharpie, Number 81, November 2011
    • Coordinating coordinates, Number 82, January 2012
    • Sabres and Scorpions, Number 83, March 2012
    • Westsail, the dream factory, Number 87, November 2012
    • Made in Japan, Number 94, January 2014
    • The Alberg 30 turns 50, Number 96, May 2014
    • New Age of Sail, Number 98, September 2014
    • Pioneers of Lake Winnebago, Number 99, November 2014
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    Profiles

    • Ted Brewer, Number 3, Nov. 1998
    • Sailboat model builder, Tom Thomas, Number 5, March 1999
    • Two men who are preserving the classics, Number 6, May 1999
    • Sailing women role models, Number 10, Jan. 2000
    • Tami Ashcraft, Number 12, May 2000
    • Cyber saints, Number 16, Jan. 2001
    • Retiring? No. Three exceptional sailors, Number 18, May 2001
    • Three female sailing writers, Number 19, July 2001
    • Olin Stephens, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Carl Alberg, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • David Dean, The Boat Shop, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • George O’Day, Number 24, May 2002
    • Thomas Gillmer, Number 25, July 2002
    • Blondie Hasler, Number 26, Sept. 2002
    • Gary Mull, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Brion Toss, Number 28, Jan. 2003
    • John Vigor, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • Mark Ellis, Number 30, May 2003
    • Bill Crealock, Number 31, July 2003
    • Bill Garder, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Bruce Kirby, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Karen Thorndike, Number 34, January 2004
    • Ian Farrier, Number 35, March 2004
    • Lyle Hess, Number 36, May 2004
    • Bill Lee, Number 37, July 2004
    • Garry Hoyt, Number 38, September 2004
    • Alex Tilley and his boat, Number 39, November 2004
    • Charley Morgan, Number 41, March 2005
    • Hal and Margaret Roth, Number 42, May 2005
    • Dave Martin on his world travels, Number 43, July 2005
    • Lin and Larry Pardey, Number 43, July 2005
    • Murray Davis, Number 45, November 2005
    • Dave Martin, Number 45, November 2005
    • Philip Rhodes, Number 46, January 2006
    • Tim Lackey (Mr. Renovation), Number 46, January 2006
    • Will Lesh builder of model sailboats, Number 48, May 2006
    • Bill Tripp, Number 51, November 2006
    • Beattie Purcell of Catalina Yachts, Number 52, January 2007
    • Allan Nye Scott, Number 55, July 2007
    • Clarke Ryder, Number 60, May 2008
    • Good Old Boat founders Karen Larson and Jerry Powlas, Number 61, July 2008
    • Rob Mazza joins the crew, Number 85, July 2012
    • A matter of courage (William Hammond), Number 85, July 2012
    • A sailor, a boat, and a quest (Matt Rutherford), Number 86, September 2012
    • Matt Rutherford's next adventure, Number 91, July 2013
    • Denys Rayner: a sailor's sailor, Number 96, May 2014
    • In fond memory of Don Launer, Number 104, September 2015
    • Remembering Gerry Spiess’ Barracuda, Number 106, January 2016
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    Good old vendors

    • Sailrite, Number 2, Sept. 1998
    • Moyer Marine, Number 4, Jan. 1999
    • Three-minute boat, the Walker Bay dinghy, Number 7, July 1999
    • Classic Sailboat Customer Service, Number 8, Sept. 1999
    • Marine Exchange and other consignment shops, Number 10, Jan. 2000
    • Bristol Bronze, Number 12, May 2000
    • South Shore Yachts, Number 17, Mar. 2001
    • Matella Manufacturing, Number 19, July 2001
    • Chris Bauer and Bauteck, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Ken Gebhart and Celestaire, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Chesapeake Light Craft, Number 26, Sept. 2002
    • Yves Gelinas, Cape Horn Marine Products, Number 30, May 2003
    • Alpenglow Marine Lights, Number 35, March 2004
    • Yager Sails and Canvas, Number 36, May 2004
    • Bingham Boat Works, Number 43, July 2005
    • Torresen Marine, Number 45, November 2005
    • Cruising Solutions, Number 51, November 2006
    • Samson Ropes, Number 52, January 2007
    • The Rescuers (Bone Yard Boats and Wooden Boat Rescue Foundation), Number 57, November 2007
    • Hilmark Boats, Number 59, March 2008
    • Something old, something new, Number 77, March 2011
    • Finger Lakes Sailing Services, Number 84, May 2012
    • Pocket cruisers and pocketknives (Sage Marine), Number 87, November 2012
    • Brothers: Klacko Marine and Klacko Spars, Number 111, November 2016
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    How-to articles

    • Onboard communication, Number 2, Sept. 1998
    • Proper flag etiquette, Number 4, Jan. 1999
    • Bahamian-style anchoring, Number 5, Mar. 1999
    • Anodizing, Number 5, Mar. 1999
    • Flopper stopper, Number 6, May 1999
    • Chip logs and lead lines, Number 6, May 1999
    • The sailor’s medical bag and creative ways to face medical emergencies at sea, Number 7, July 1999
    • How GPS works, Number 7, July 1999
    • Renaming your boat; The Black Box Theory, Number 7, July 1999
    • The poor man’s windlass, Number 7, July 1999
    • Chafing gear, Number 8, Sept. 1999
    • Climbing the mast, Number 8, Sept. 1999
    • Pushpit seats, Number 9, Nov. 1999
    • Removing immovable objects, Number 9, Nov. 1999
    • Building a stitch-and-glue dinghy, Number 11, Mar. 2000
    • Varnish instructions beyond the label, Number 12, May 2000
    • Should you sail with the transmission in or out of gear, Number 12, May 2000
    • Conserving water aboard, Number 13, July 2000
    • Boat deliveries/transport by land and sea, Number 14, Sept. 2000
    • Nautical photography (part 1), Number 14, Sept. 2000
    • Nautical photography (part 2), Number 15, Nov. 2000
    • Shooting photos for publication in sailing magazines, Number 15, Nov. 2000
    • Trailering your boat, Number 15, Nov. 2000
    • Love song to a tot (cabin heater), Number 17, Mar. 2001
    • Single-handed mast stepping, Number 18, May 2001
    • Extend your sailing season, Number 18, May 2001
    • Small-budget cruising, Number 19, July 2001
    • Bubbler and agitation systems, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Close encounters with whales, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • What happens when the Coast Guard boards your boat, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Repairing your blocks, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Applying vinyl lettering, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Preparing for the big blow, Number 24, May 2002
    • Just in case (spares you need), Number 24, May 2002
    • Simplify your circuits, Number 25, July 2002
    • Preparations for cruising Baja, (part 1), Number 25, July 2002
    • Preparations for cruising Baja, (part 2), Number 26, Sept. 2002
    • Hard dodger, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Building a wooden hatch, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Stern tube replacement, Number 28, Jan. 2003
    • Sewing machine conversion, Number 28, Jan. 2003
    • Curing leaky portlights, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • All about boat cleaners, Number 30, May 2003
    • The art of rowing, Number 30, May 2003
    • Forecasting weather, Number 31, July 2003
    • Boat canvas basics (handrail covers), Number 31, July 2003
    • Nesting dinghy, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Solving a diesel mystery, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Finding the right trailer, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Fitting a tripline, Number 35, March 2004
    • Brightwork, Number 35, March 2004
    • Insulated companionway flap, Number 36, May 2004
    • Wires: dressed for success, Number 36, May 2004
    • Marlinspike seamanship, Number 36, May 2004
    • Replacing the cabin sole, Number 37, July 2004
    • Adapting a light with red LEDs, Number 37, July 2004
    • Fighting fire, Number 37, July 2004
    • Figuring out electrical shorts, Number 37, July 2004
    • Restoring non-skid with Treadmaster, Number 38, September 2004
    • Restoring non-skid with Durabak-18, Number 38, September 2004
    • Using radar, Number 38, September 2004
    • Checklists for trailersailors, Number 38, September 2004
    • Winter boat enclosure, Number 39, November 2004
    • Making a lifeboat from a Fatty Knees dinghy, Number 39, November 2004
    • Cruising bit by bit, Number 39, November 2004
    • Splicing and whipping three-strand, Number 40, January 2005
    • Splicing double-braid, Number 40, January 2005
    • Rerigging the boat and painting the spars, Number 40, January 2005
    • Painting aluminum spars, Number 40, January 2005
    • Signal mirrors, Number 40, January 2005
    • Building the Catnapper, Number 41, March 2005
    • Cruising with pets, Number 42, May 2005
    • Selecting a surveyor, Number 42, May 2005
    • Low-cost outfitting, Number 44, September 2005
    • LED projects, Number 44, September 2005
    • When the engine quits, Number 44, September 2005
    • The master list, Number 45, November 2005
    • A boat’s emergency supplies, Number 46, January 2006
    • Thunderstorms, Number 47, March 2006
    • Dealing with drawbridges, Number 47, March 2006
    • Apparent wind, Number 47, March 2006
    • Building an onboard greenhouse, Number 48, May 2006
    • Navigating locks, Number 49, July 2006
    • Seasickness prevention, Number 51, November 2006
    • Replacing chainplates, Number 51, November 2006
    • Making rope mats, Number 51, November 2006
    • Rope-to-chain splices, Number 52, January 2007
    • Applying boat name graphics, Number 53, March 2007
    • Making a thread grabber, Number 53, March 2007
    • Dealing with current, Number 53, March 2007
    • Three ways to fix dodger windows, Number 53, March 2007
    • Replacing a bow trim casting, Number 54, May 2007
    • Making a flexible floor grating, Number 54, May 2007
    • Insulating the hull, Number 55, July 2007
    • Tying the highwayman’s cutaway knot, Number 55, July 2007
    • Dockside air conditioning, Number 55, July 2007
    • Carving a nameboard, Number 56, September 2007
    • Sailing off the anchor, Number 58, January 2008
    • Converting the quarter berth, Number 59, March 2008
    • Chainplate restoration, Number 60, May 2008
    • Make links that fit, Number 60, May 2008
    • Make your own davits, Number 60, May 2008
    • Produce DVDs of your cruising, Number 60, May 2008
    • Stern-rail seats, Number 62, September 2008
    • Picking up buoys, Number 63, November 2008
    • Adding holes in your hull, Number 63, November 2008
    • Installing a fishfinder depth sounder, Number 63, November 2008
    • Making your own dinghy chaps, Number 63, November 2008
    • Defensive sailing, Number 64, January 2009
    • Vessel documentation, Number 64, January 2009
    • Mast raising made easy, Number 65, March 2009
    • Make your own integral water tank, Number 65, March 2009
    • Lessons from a circumnavigator, Number 66, May 2009
    • Dealing with your sailing fear, Number 66, May 2009
    • Make your own compass binnacle, Number 67, July 2009
    • Cost-effective coastal cruising, Number 67, July 2009
    • Logic behind compass card markings, Number 67, July 2009
    • Kedge off using your anchors, Number 68, September 2009
    • Preparing to cruise, Number 69, November 2009
    • A beneficial coverup, Number 70, January 2010
    • Three steps to simplified sailing, Number 70, January 2010
    • Discover the current tables, Number 71, March 2010
    • New lights for old ports and windows, Number 71, March 2010
    • Going solo on short voyages, Number 71, March 2010
    • Pictures that sell, Number 72, May 2010
    • A low-cost instrument pod, Number 72, May 2010
    • How to make a watermaker, Number 72, May 2010
    • A custom anchor sprit, Number 72, May 2010
    • Inspect and be safe, Number 72, May 2010
    • How to make a watermaker, Part 2, Number 73, July 2010
    • A tiller for Sigfrid, Number 73, July 2010
    • A proper boarding ladder, Number 73, July 2010
    • The silence of the doors, Number 74, September 2010
    • Smart new oars, Number 74, September 2010
    • Perfect topsides without spraying, Number 75, November 2010
    • Row, tow, and stow, Number 76, January 2011
    • Multi-year winter cover, Number 77, March 2011
    • Man overboard, Number 78, May 2011
    • Guarding Golly's hatches, Number 78, May 2011
    • Radar on the level, Number 78, May 2011
    • Grand entrance, Number 78, May 2011
    • LPG in a box, Number 78, May 2011
    • Managing seasickness, Number 79, July 2011
    • Housing the chart plotter, Number 79, July 2011
    • A project for the bold, Number 79, July 2011
    • How to refloat a boat, Number 80, September 2011
    • Lessons in onboard laundering, Number 80, September 2011
    • Five lessons in boat handling, Number 81, November 2011
    • A low-tide solution, Number 81, November 2011
    • A new holding tank, Number 82, January 2012
    • Affordable housing (instrument pod), Number 84, May 2012
    • Homemade deck prisms, Number 84, May 2012
    • An inexpensive whisker pole, Number 84, May 2012
    • Fit a depth sounder without holes, Number 85, July 2012
    • A rain-defeating hatch hood, Number 85, July 2012
    • Installing a windlass, Number 85, July 2012
    • Installing a cabin heater, Number 86, September 2012
    • Hot water, warm boat, Number 86, September 2012
    • RIB wrap, Number 86, September 2012
    • Fuel-polishing system, Number 86, September 2012
    • Do-it-yourself boat barn, Number 86, September 2012
    • Companionway-hatch makeover, Number 86, September 2012
    • The joy(stick) of docking, Number 87, November 2012
    • Dorade box covers, Number 88, January 2013
    • Steering-wheel extension, Number 89, March 2013
    • Coachwhipping the wheel, Number 89, March 2013
    • Making new lifelines, Number 89, March 2013
    • Louvers made easy, Number 90, May 2013
    • Dorade boxes, Number 91, July 2013
    • A cruise''s toolbox, Number 91, July 2013
    • Courtesy flags on the fly, Number 91, July 2013
    • Keeping diesel dry, Number 93, November 2013
    • On watch in all weather, Number 94, January 2014
    • Countertop extension, Number 94, January 2014
    • Protection in plaid, Number 95, March 2014
    • Swim step and ladder, Number 95, March 2014
    • Instant cushions, Number 95, March 2014
    • Making an electrical panel, Number 96, May 2014
    • Levity's new rudder, Number 97, July 2014
    • In search of solitude, Number 98, September 2014
    • One brain, six hands, Number 98, September 2014
    • Ten-minute tethers, Number 98, September 2014
    • A crane for tight places, Number 98, September 2014
    • Adding a DC electrical circuit, Number 99, November 2014
    • Departures and arrivals, Number 99, November 2014
    • How to coax your VHF, Number 100, January 2015
    • Over-the-top blocks . . ., Number 100, January 2015
    • Anchoring when solo, part 1, Number 101, March 2015
    • Anchoring when solo, part 2, Number 102, May 2015
    • Electrical soldering, Number 102, May 2015
    • A bowsprit for its own sake, Number 102, May 2015
    • A gentlemen’s raft, Number 102, May 2015
    • Electrical connections, Number 103, July 2015
    • The ship’s log, Number 105, November 2015
    • Tools for reaching out-of-reach spots, Number 106, January 2016
    • Making laminated wooden corners, Number 106, January 2016
    • Saving a dinghy from use as a planter, Number 106, January 2016
    • Drag-proof anchoring, Number 106, January 2016
    • Keeping water tanks filled without breaking your back, Number 106, January 2016
    • An unbreakable wind indicator, Number 107, March 2016
    • Surface mounts, not through-bolts, Number 107, March 2016
    • What to do with out-of-date flares, Number 108, May 2016
    • Beating the heat with ice-cooled air, Number 108, May 2016
    • Make your own flopper stopper, Number 109, July 2016
    • A small cockpit wheel table for extra seating, Number 109, July 2016
    • Designing a full canvas enclosure system, Number 109, July 2016
    • Making a winter cover for all seasons, Number 110, September 2016
    • Building a clip-on table extension, Number 110, September 2016
    • Adding storage trays to deep lockers, Number 111, November 2016Adding shelves where drawers have been, Number 111, November 2016/
    • Protective covers for fixed windows, Number 111, November 2016
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    Galley life

    • Life without a cooler, Number 4, Jan. 1999
    • Pressure cooking, Number 9, Nov. 1999
    • Stove fuels and baking on stovetop, Number 11, Mar. 2000
    • Stovetop cooking: Welsh cakes, Number 19, July 2001
    • One-pot cooking (stews), Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Harvesting the bounty of the seas, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Drying foods onboard, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • Preparing shrimp, crab, and lobster, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Catching and preparing fish, Number 25, July 2002
    • Provisioning, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Canning, Number 31, July 2003
    • The trailersailer’s galley, Number 37, July 2004
    • Solar cooking aboard, Number 41, March 2005
    • Canning meat for cruising, Number 46, January 2006
    • When the lettuce is gone, Number 48, May 2006
    • Long-distance cheeses, Number 49, July 2006
    • Baking bread aboard, Number 55, July 2007
    • Fridge-less cruising, Number 63, November 2008
    • Clean sweetly with essential oils, Number 65, March 2009
    • Provisioning for a long cruise, Number 106, January 2016
    • Keeping green things fresh in the galley, Number 108, May 2016
    • Icebox management, Number 109, July 2016
    • Easy-to-make gifts for fellow cruisers, Number 111, November 2016
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    Simple solutions

    • Make your own valve-spring compressor, Number 8, Sept. 1999
    • Making a hard-bottom inflatable for less than $600, Number 15, Nov. 2000
    • Dodger handholds, Number 17, Mar. 2001
    • Make your own lazy-jacks, Number 19, July 2001
    • Converting small bunks to big ones, Number 19, July 2001
    • Breakproof tillers, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Wedging the mast, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Decimals to fractions, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • A hurricane-proof mooring, a dockside shop, defeating hatch drips, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • Threading a line through the mast, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Keeping the birds off your boat, raising the waterline, Number 24, May 2002
    • Single-line docking, check those vents, Number 25, July 2002
    • Instant chart plotter, guardian angel, custom rubbing strakes, Number 26, Sept. 2002
    • Mast climbing, finding extra space, lashing the tiller, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Folding a bike, heaving to, Number 28, Jan. 2003
    • Advanced swigging, adding deck vents, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • Anchor rode bag, creating “faux bronze,” Number 30, May 2003
    • Ventilated shelves, gastronavigation, a composting head, Number 31, July 2003
    • Accessible bilge pump, shower solution, plotting tools, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Winch power, update on Trex, exhaust blowout, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Armored portlights, Vern’s hatch improvement, Number 34, January, 2004
    • Deck repair, automatic fog horn, Number 35,March, 2004
    • Screen bags, simply clean, Number 36, May 2004
    • Springing the rode, electrical tips, fixing leaky ports, trailer tongue extender, Number 37, July 2004
    • Winter cover, Concordia seatbacks, navigation instruments to make yourself, Number 38, September 2004
    • Delamination repair, extra counter space, handy new tool: Clamptite, Number 39, November 2004
    • Winch switch meltdown, knife with the curious handle, dinghy keel extension, Number 40, January 2005
    • Split-rail fence, toggle hitch, engine soundproofing, Number 41, March 2005
    • Better mast step, digital marketplace, Number 42, May 2005
    • Quick quillows, compression brace, Number 43, July 2005
    • Reliable electrical connectors, Number 44, September 2005
    • New cockpit hatch, bow sculling, Number 45, November 2005
    • Kedging and warping, Number 46, January 2006
    • Le Tonkinois, bilge pump cycle counter, mast winch handle holder, Number 47, March 2006
    • New sun cover for a roller furler, the admiralty hitch, Number 48, May 2006
    • Build your own cradle, downsized outboard, Number 49, July 2006
    • Heaving line, faux fridge, Number 50, September 2006
    • Securing fastenings, better bilge access, Number 51, November 2006
    • Lifeline cushions, restoring luster to your deck, Number 52, January 2007
    • Condensation control, Number 53, March 2007
    • Rudder stops, the jug sling or hackamore knot, Number 54, May 2007
    • Fuel can caddy, fold-up galley shelf, Number 55, July 2007
    • Cockpit floorboards, mainsail maintenance, Number 56, September 2007
    • Getting back aboard, cheap varnish scraping, Number 57, November 2007
    • Nitro-meals, measuring small epoxy batches, Number 58, January 2008
    • Matching new wood to old, sailtrack lubricator, Number 59, March 2008
    • Adding the smell of sweet cedar, Number 60, May 2008
    • Water tank sight-level gauge, removing sealants and adhesives, Number 62, September 2008
    • Keeping varnish fresh, Number 63, November 2008
    • Make your dinghy hold its own, Number 64, January 2009
    • Taming the jigsaw, Number 65, March 2009
    • Logging the weather, Number 66, May 2009
    • Simple hatch screens, precision drilling, Number 67, July 2009
    • Seeing through the forward hatch, Number 68, September 2009
    • Table on demand, Number 69, November 2009
    • Ferry gliding, Number 70, January 2010
    • Poor man's halyard winch, Number 71, March 2010
    • Protection for the engine panel, Number 72, May 2010
    • Slip exits without angst, Number 73, July 2010
    • Checking your batteries, Number 73, July 2010
    • Nautical tattoos, Number 74, September 2010
    • An ingenious holding tank, Number 74, September 2010
    • A tale of two cubbies, Number 75, November 2010
    • A swing-out bracket for your GPS, Number 75, November 2010
    • New covers for old instruments, Number 76, January 2011
    • Another swinging solution, Number 77, March 2011
    • Classy cable clamps, Number 78, May 2011
    • Oil change in a jiffy, Number 78, May 2011
    • Poor man's anchor hoist, Number 79, July 2011
    • Banish holding-tank odor, Number 80, September 2011
    • Mini portable workbench, Number 81, November 2011
    • A sonnet for hatch cloths, Number 82, January 2012
    • Scarfing made easy, Number 83, March 2012
    • No longer a non-starter, Number 84, May 2012
    • Casual cockpit lights, Number 85, July 2012
    • Head-turning horseshoe buoy, Number 86, September 2012
    • Window dressing, Number 87, November 2012
    • Bye-bye launch-ramp blues, Number 87, November 2012
    • Water by gravity, Number 88, January 2013
    • Multitasking companionway step, Number 88, January 2013
    • Sitting pretty and comfy, Number 89, March 2013
    • Poor man's vacuum bag, Number 90, May 2013
    • Homemade bottom cleaner, Number 91, July 2013
    • Outboard-motor maintenance, Number 92, September 2013
    • Better leecloths, Number 93, November 2013
    • Kayak cart, Number 94, January 2014
    • Stovetop English muffins, Number 95, March 2014
    • Silent nights, Number 95, March 2014
    • A cover for a dinghy motor, Number 96, May 2014
    • Lanyards: the sailor's keepsafes, Number 97, July 2014
    • Windlass pendant switch, Number 98, September 2014
    • Helm seat, Number 99, November 2014
    • Instrument sun cover, Number 100, January 2015
    • Boat-bike saddlebags, Number 101, March 2015
    • Transom platform, Number 102, May 2015
    • Battery Catch 22, Number 103, July 2015
    • Cooking by induction, Number 104, September 2015
    • A portable vise, Number 105, November 2015
    • Marking anchor chain, Number 106, January 2016
    • Makeshift gearshift, Number 107, March 2016
    • WiFi on the hook, Number 108, May 2016
    • Automatic day/night switch, Number 109, July 2016
    • Simple overhead storage, Number 110, September 2016
    • Portable 12-volt source, Number 111, November 2016
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    Quick and easy

    • Windscoop, freshwater engine flush, and whisker pole chocks, Number 13, July 2000
    • Awning, salvaging a rusty anchor, and a stowable dining table, Number 14, Sept. 2000
    • Companionway hatch screens, companionway hatches, Number 15, Nov. 2000
    • Dinghy rack, toilet seat hinge saver, oar refit, Number 16, Jan. 2001
    • Dockside air conditioning, anchoring without a centerline cleat, port latches, Number 17, Mar. 2001
    • Fiddle rope, mast leak, windless sailing, brass sea rail, Number 18, May 2001
    • Forward hatch ventilation, freeing stuck valves, enlarging the cockpit table, using a bosun’s chair for climbing aboard, Number 19, July 2001
    • Hatch improvements, a makeshift cutting tool, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Oarlocks, oar holders, leaky engine hatch gaskets and portlights, lid holder system, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Anchors aweigh, clay saves the day, spare tiller, companionway cutting board, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • Holding tank gauge, removing a frozen hose, solar cockpit lights, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Inexpensive telltale, overboard ladder, rubrail insert, Number 24, May 2002
    • Chock treatment, nearly foul-proof cleats, beware of white, tender control, shorepower cover, Number 25, July 2002
    • Using a fenderboard, sail covers, Number 26, Sept. 2002
    • Engine jack, fender covers, good goo, dodger window replacement, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Make a boarding gate, removable taillight assembly, Number 28, January 2003
    • Ditch kits, ice boxes, soda blasting hulls, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • Outboard motor hoist, Some favorites: Weems & Plath GPS Plotter, Boye Boat Knife, and Weekend’R Deluxe bags, Number 30, May 2003
    • Custom GPS mount, double-duty divider, runaway plug, cruising trashcans, Number 31, July 2003
    • Emergency starting button, hard-body winch covers, handyman’s handbag, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Making fast, fixing leaks, using your noodle, reeving a new halyard, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Toolkit, LED light, Number 34, January, 2004
    • Unseen hazard, impeller access, fixing plastic scratches, making a jib downhaul, Number 35,March, 2004
    • Boxed lunch, easier haul-outs, improved spigots, bung trick, Number 36, May 2004
    • Dripless ice, clever mounting for a gimballed light, Number 37, July 2004
    • Boltropes and tracks, air filter for vacuum dust, Number 38, September 2004
    • Got chamois?, hot melt solution, rail mounts for solar panels, Number 39, November 2004
    • Hatch screen, adding a shower, Number 41, March 2005
    • Traditional boathook, special needs boat card, Number 42, May 2005
    • Extra storage, knife block, concentric holes, double fenders, pushpit rail, Number 43, July 2005
    • Vehicle recovery strap, bolster cushion storage, cure for mast rattle, Number 44, September 2005
    • Relocating auxiliary controls, Number 45, November 2005
    • New cushion covers, high bilge warning, GPS holder, Number 46, January 2006
    • Helping hand on the tiller, bagging fruit flies, sheared stud success, repelling no-see-ums, Number 47, March 2006
    • Tires as fenders, spreader guards, SplicingNut, Number 48, May 2006
    • Curing anchor line chafe, tool leash, halyard chocks, Number 49, July 2006
    • Disk stowage, furler fixer, protection from the elements, extra seat, forgotten knot, Number 50, September 2006
    • Stowaway rubrail, dinghy roller, temporary diesel tank, furling by the colors, Number 51, November 2006
    • New quick-release stopper knot, Toofypegs, rust-free tools, Number 52, January 2007
    • Extending boathook, Professional Rigger’s Gauge, slippery trailer tongue, nautical paper-towel holder, Number 53, March 2007
    • All-purpose domelight, cockpit piloting, plastic brightwork, Number 54, May 2007
    • Sideways clinometer, companionway vent, Number 55, July 2007
    • Bookshelf restraint, nav tool rack, sunshade material, Number 56, September 2007
    • Wedge for sliding doors, storage solution for large areas, outboard freshwater flush, anchor chain scrubber, Number 57, November 2007
    • Muffin fans, no-sew drapes, Number 58, January 2008
    • Plastic scraper, chain hook, Number 59, March 2008
    • Better-gripping snubber, super stopper knot, fender hanger clips, Number 60, May 2008
    • Small projects to salvage expensive bits of teak, Number 61, July 2008
    • Multi-purpose broom, replacing halyards, towel tie-downs, Number 62, September 2008
    • Eyeglasses holder, easy furling, shrink-wrap vents, Number 63, November 2008
    • Multi-purpose shelf, closer attachment, locking pole-holders, watertight 1st aid kit, Number 64, January 2009
    • Chamois drip cloth, Number 65, March 2009
    • Adjustable hatch support, cable cuffs, Number 66, May 2009
    • Adjustable bracing, Number 67, July 2009
    • Bonding Plexiglas to wood, golf ball tarp tie-downs, cut fiberglass cloth straight, Number 68, September 2009
    • Docklines identified, Number 70, January 2010
    • Ariel’s scuttlebutt, Number 70, January 2010
    • Oil-filter pliers, Number 70, January 2010
    • Velcro turnbuckle locks, Number 71, March 2010
    • The “green” lantern, Number 71, March 2010
    • A dual-purpose anchor holder, Number 72, May 2010
    • An uncommon common ground, Number 72, May 2010
    • Noises in my head, Number 73, July 2010
    • Turnbuckle locks revisited, Number 73, July 2010
    • Lifeline resurrection, Number 74, September 2010
    • Pulling staples, Number 74, September 2010
    • Rice to the rescue, Number 75, November 2010
    • In-hand hose control, Number 75, November 2010
    • Chart Storage, Number 76, January 2011
    • Anchor rode safety line, Number 76, January 2011
    • Dual-purpose pillows, Number 77, March 2011
    • Turnbuckle tethers, Number 77, March 2011
    • Buckets of innovation, Number 78, May 2011
    • Pain-free de-rigging, Number 78, May 2011
    • Dorade draft excluder, Number 79, July 2011
    • Sandpaper bookends, Number 79, July 2011
    • Dockline holders, Number 79, July 2011
    • How to fold a nautical chart, Number 80, September 2011
    • Instrument covers, Number 80, September 2011
    • Replacing a lost halyard, Number 80, September 2011
    • Propane storage, Number 81, November 2011
    • Fender cleanser, Number 81, November 2011
    • Two-timing table, Number 81, November 2011
    • Instrument pod facelift, Number 82, January 2012
    • Rope in the soap (washing rope), Number 82, January 2012
    • Halyard replacement, Number 83, March 2012
    • Homemade clamps, Number 83, March 2012
    • Temporary diesel tank, Number 83, March 2012
    • Amazing transparent bags, Number 84, May 2012
    • Refinishing rack, Number 84, May 2012
    • Get a grip …, Number 84, May 2012
    • Easy stovetop fiddles, Number 85, July 2012
    • Bungees to order, Number 85, July 2012
    • Turnbuckle boots, Number 85, July 2012
    • Two-way door latch, Number 86, September 2012
    • Easy-store winter frame, Number 86, September 2012
    • Anchor float on a rope, Number 86, September 2012
    • Rubbed the wrong way (hose chafe), Number 87, November 2012
    • Manicure for the zinc? Number 87, November 2012
    • Hose wrench, Number 88, January 2013
    • Green stain be gone, Number 88, January 2013
    • A lesson in lettering, Number 89, March 2013
    • Super bands for security, Number 89, March 2013
    • Shrouds in hosiery, Number 90, May 2013
    • Hatch covers, Number 90, May 2013
    • Don't sink by the head, Number 91, July 2013
    • Lace locks for deck shoes, Number 91, July 2013
    • A swinging iPad, Number 92, September 2013
    • Bespoke autopilot, Number 92, September 2013
    • Taming the fenders, Number 92, September 2013
    • Instant whisker pole, Number 93, November 2013
    • Selvagees to the rescue, Number 93, November 2013
    • Protecting a dinghy's skeg, Number 94, January 2014
    • Racor filter fix, Number 94, January 2014
    • Bird-proof lifelines, Number 95, March 2014
    • Salty-looking anti-chafing, Number 95, March 2014
    • The Reinpin, Number 96, May 2014
    • Forehatch skylight, Number 97, July 2014
    • Outboard on wheels, Number 97, July 2014
    • Delrin deck pads, Number 98, September 2014
    • A turnbuckle cover that breathes, Number 98, September 2014
    • Light'er up like Christmas, Number 99, November 2014
    • Grab hook or handhold, Number 99, November 2014
    • Luff foil protection, Number 100, January 2015
    • Ablution solution (indoor shower), Number 100, January 2015
    • Securing solar deck lights, Number 101, March 2015
    • Silence those halyards, Number 101, March 2015
    • Multi-purpose cushions, Number 102, May 2015
    • An inexpensive dock cleat, Number 102, May 2015
    • Continuous rope loop, Number 103, July 2015
    • Night light, Number 103, July 2015
    • A bright new cove stripe, Number 104, September 2015
    • Storage in small places, Number 104, September 2015
    • Dinghy doormat, Number 105, November 2015
    • A see-through hatchboard, Number 105, November 2015
    • Lubricating the mainsail track, Number 106, January 2016
    • Using a Sport-Brella when a dodger won’t fit, Number 106, January 2016
    • Disguising the back side of the speakers, Number 106, January 2016
    • Plastic chain for linking burgees, Number 107, March 2016
    • Sailbag beanbag, Number 107, March 2016
    • A wet towel fixes a loose helm, Number 108, May 2016
    • Simple shroud telltales, Number 108, May 2016
    • A vibration cushion for computers aboard, Number 109, July 2016
    • Turkey pan oil catcher, Number 109, July 2016
    • Snare dock fittings with a boathook loop, Number 110, September 2016
    • Car trunk organizer works on boats too, Number 110, September 2016
    • Control a hard-to-reach seacock from a distance, Number 110, September 2016
    • A rack for phones (works when charging also), Number 111, November 2016
    • Rebuild that bilge pump, Number 111, November 2016
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    Cruising memories

    • Surviving Hurricane Georges, Number 4, Jan. 1999
    • Love at first “site,” Number 7, July 1999
    • Of dogs and boats, Number 8, Sept. 1999
    • Vessel in the fog, Number 9, Nov. 1999
    • The Git-Rot boat, Number 10, Jan. 2000
    • Boat Ecomomics 101, Number 11, Mar. 2000
    • Perspective of a reluctant woman sailor, Number 12, May 2000
    • The partnership, Number 17, Mar. 2001
    • Family circle/S.S. Crocker boat, Number 17, Mar. 2001
    • Ted Brewer’s fireside chat #1, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Alaska: bigger than life, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Agony of parting, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • South Pacific on a shoestring, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Memories of sailing as a kid, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Salvaging Serena, Number 24, May 2002
    • Blown around, Number 26, Sept. 2002
    • Out of Bounds, Number 26, Sept. 2002
    • The man who taught me, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Woman alone, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Psychology of charts, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Monte J, Number 28, Jan. 2003
    • What the sea taught me, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • Days at the Luders’ Yard, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • Winter sail, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • Black Lab in the doghouse, Number 29, Mar. 2003
    • A dream come true, Number 30, May 2003
    • A roar, a wall of water, Number 31, July 2003
    • Truth about cruising, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Life jackets, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Blue kittens, Number 33, November, 2003
    • Falling in love with a boat, Number 35, March 2004
    • Boat fairies, Number 35, March 2004
    • Ka-ching, it’s spring, Number 36, May 2004
    • Teaching Willi, Number 36, May 2004
    • Overcoming fear of sailing, Number 37, July 2004
    • My boat is a she, Number 37, July 2004
    • Love triangles, Number 38, September 2004
    • The woodpile, Number 38, September 2004
    • Passage to San Diego, Number 38, September 2004
    • The perfect holiday, Number 39, November 2004
    • Jonathan Seagull’s escape, Number 40, January 2005
    • Cape Dory weather, Number 40, January 2005
    • Pitfalls in paradise, Number 41, March 2005
    • A lifetime adventure, Number 42, May 2005
    • A season begins, Number 42, May 2005
    • A chart to reflect on, Number 43, July 2005
    • Nature says when, Number 43, July 2005
    • Why my boat is not an “it,” Number 43, July 2005
    • Prayers over a Princess stove, Number 44, September 2005
    • Living in a boat under construction, Number 44, September 2005
    • Beyond the breakwater, Number 44, September 2005
    • Magical midwatch, Number 45, November 2005
    • Let’s go buy a boat, Number 45, November 2005
    • A mooring for life, Number 45, November 2005
    • Winter reverie, Number 46, January 2006
    • An Alaskan summer idyll, Number 46, January 2006
    • Boyhood boating, Number 46, January 2006
    • A child’s delight, Number 47, March 2006
    • Transatlantic with 8 kids, Number 49, July 2006
    • Hurricane Katrina effects, Number 50, September 2006
    • Bats below, Number 50, September 2006
    • Babies on Alberg 30s, Number 50, September 2006
    • Death of an old Volvo, Number 50, September 2006
    • Emotional shipwreck, Number 51, November 2006
    • Two boats, two sailors, Number 51, November 2006
    • Sailing really is magic, Number 52, January 2007
    • When the sun flashed green, Number 52, January 2007
    • Two loves united, Number 53, March 2007
    • Doing boatwork in a fishbowl, Number 53, March 2007
    • Child overboard, Number 53, March 2007
    • Remembering Sparrow, Number 54, May 2007
    • Night sail, Number 54, May 2007
    • Flakes of history in bottom paint, Number 55, July 2007
    • Knowing her inside and out, Number 55, July 2007
    • Seeking romance, Number 54, September 2007
    • Sparrow finds a nest, Number 56, September 2007
    • Sailing classes, Number 57, November 2007
    • Closing his workshop, Number 57, November 2007
    • Love in the golden years, Number 58, January 2008
    • When less is more, Number 58, January 2008
    • Neptune's revenge, Number 59, March 2008
    • Building Miranda, Number 60, May 2008
    • Ridiing the wind, Number 60, May 2008
    • Make-and-mend days, Number 61, July 2008
    • Remembering Gwendoline, Number 61, July 2008
    • Life and a little red boat, Number 61, July 2008
    • Mississippi hero, Number 62, September 2008
    • Riding out a marital storm, Number 62, September 2008
    • Apalachicola Noel, Number 63, November 2008
    • Shadows in the sand, Number 63, November 2008
    • This is where I belong! Number 63, November 2008
    • Aurora—A Photographer’s favorite, Number 64, January 2009
    • A craft of love, Number 64, January 2009
    • Watersounds, Number 65, March 2009
    • Father and son pirates memory, Number 66, May 2009
    • Magnolia's requiem, Number 66, May 2009
    • Six into 20 equals fun recurring, Number 67, July 2009
    • First-time skipper, Number 68, September 2009
    • When good old boats were young, Number 68, September 2009
    • Thanksgiving cruise, Number 69, November 2009
    • Sailing through school, Number 69, November 2009
    • A man, a boat, a squall, Number 69, November 2009
    • Getting over it, Number 70, January 2010
    • Just sailin', Mon, Number 70, January 2010
    • Under siege in the wilderness, Number 71, March 2010
    • Pushing the season, Number 72, May 2010
    • Changes in course, Number 72, May 2010
    • Tom has gone, Number 73, July 2010
    • In praise of the perfect mate, Number 74, September 2010
    • Family reunion, Number 75, November 2010
    • Brevity begets harmony, Number 75, November 2010
    • A tug for Sara B, Number 76, January 2011
    • Shooting Tom Colvi''s Gazelle, Number 77, March 2011
    • Sailing with autism, Number 77, March 2011
    • Finding friends at sea, Number 78, May 2011
    • From trash to treasures, Number 79, July 2011
    • A pocket full of dreams, Number 80, September 2011
    • A cruise feeds the soul, Number 81, November 2011
    • Is there life after sailing?, Number 81, November 2011
    • Rode show, Number 82, January 2012
    • Deferred maintenance meets microburst, Number 83, March 2012
    • Cruising in the golden years, Number 84, May 2012
    • Stubborn determination, Number 85, July 2012
    • The beat of a different drum, Number 85, July 2012
    • Working to share the dream, Number 86, September 2012
    • Moving aboard, Number 86, September 2012
    • The way we were, Number 87, November 2012
    • Degrees of difficulty, Number 87, November 2012
    • Hurricane on the Hudson, Number 88, January 2013
    • A Beatle to windward, Number 89, March 2013
    • Salvaging a dream, Number 90, May 2013
    • Initiation by squall, Number 92, September 2013
    • Reviving a passion and a boat, Number 93, November 2013
    • You can get there from here . . ., Number 96, May 2014
    • Sextant reflections, Number 97, July 2014
    • My dad, the boatbuilder, Number 97, July 2014
    • Generation to generation, Number 98, September 2014
    • A heavy-weather lesson, Number 99, November 2014
    • Falling in love with sailing, Number 99, November 2014
    • Finding Heidi, Number 100, January 2015
    • Knotmeter conundrum, Number 101, March 2015
    • Cruising in the Bay of Islands, Number 102, May 2015
    • A new (old) boat comes home, Number 104, September 2015
    • Loving Scarlett, Number 105, November 2015
    • Dinghy drama, Number 107, March 2016
    • Current as seen with GPS and knotmeter, Number 107, March 2016
    • Talked into a boat, Number 108, May 2016
    • The thread of a life, Number 109, July 2016
    • Deliverance from a doomed delivery, Number 110, September 2016
    • I am a sailor, Number 111, November 2016
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    Lighter articles

    • Sailing on the ’Net, Number 2, Sept. 1998
    • Cruising Rule Number 12, Number 3, Nov. 1998
    • Sailors’ resources, Number 3, Nov. 1998
    • Project from hell, Number 4, Jan. 1999
    • Winter aboard in Canada, Number 4, Jan. 1999
    • New homes for neglected boats, Number 4, Jan. 1999
    • Sailing is shift work, Number 5, Mar. 1999
    • Cruising Rule 15, Number 5, Mar. 1999
    • Ode to summertime, Number 7, July 1999
    • RVs on the water, Number 8, Sept. 1999
    • Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive, Number 8, Sept. 1999
    • Why?, Number 9, Nov. 1999
    • Christmas Eve on Kinery Rock (fiction), Number 9, Nov. 1999
    • Georgetown wooden boat challenge, Number 10, Jan. 2000
    • Classics racing in New Zealand, Number 13, July 2000
    • Racing Thunderbirds, Number 14, Sept .2000
    • Trailersailing bliss, Number 14, Sept. 2000
    • Nautical instruments (the music-making variety), Number 15, Nov. 2000
    • Good Old Boat Regatta, Number 16, Jan. 2001
    • Neptune’s autumn (fiction), Number 18, May 2001
    • Freshwater vs. salty sailors, Number 18, May 2001
    • Plastic Classic Regatta, Number 19, July 2001
    • Harbormasters, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Sparkman & Stephens rendezvous, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Lion on a shoestring, Number 20, Sept. 2001
    • Sailing schools, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Family fun in Maine, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Master Mariners in San Francisco, Number 21, Nov. 2001
    • Good Old Boat Regatta, Number 22, Jan. 2002
    • Sailor’s schizophrenia, Number 23, Mar. 2002
    • Pleasure boats: Frivolous? Impractical? Number 24, May 2002
    • What makes an old boat good, Number 27, Nov. 2002
    • Good Old Boat of the Year Awards, Number 28, Jan. 2003
    • Seniors sailing, Number 28, Jan. 2003
    • Scouts do dinghy refinishing, Number 28, Jan. 2003
    • Good Old Boat Regatta 2002, Number 28, Jan. 2003
    • The blame game, Number 31, July 2003
    • Chartering and alternatives, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Downsizing, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Value of coasting, Number 32, September, 2003
    • Hawaiian woman’s sailing group, Number 34, January 2004
    • Guests afloat, Number 36, May 2004
    • Nautical superstitions, Number 37, July 2004
    • Morning sail (poem and drawings), Number 38, September 2004
    • What does woman want?, Number 40, January 2005
    • Waterway Watch, Number 44, September 2005
    • Swiftsure Classics, Number 44, September 2005
    • Growing up afloat, Number 47, March 2006
    • Murphy’s Laws of boat care, Number 47, March 2006
    • Relics from the past, Number 47, March 2006
    • Every spring a bump on the head, Number 48, May 2006
    • In love with LOWISA, Number 49, July 2006
    • Why should men have all the fun?, Number 52, January 2007
    • The Solitude of the Open Sea excerpt, Number 54, May 2007
    • Radio-controlled model sailing, Number 54, May 2007
    • A Voyage Toward Vengeance excerpt, Number 55, July 2007
    • Two firsts for the Tartan 34 Classic, Number 55, July 2007
    • Trekka Round the World excerpt, Number 56, September 2007
    • Into the Light excerpt, Number 58, January 2008
    • Moving up, a cautionary tale, Number 59, March 2008
    • A Year in a Yawl excerpt, Number 59, March 2008
    • Bookends excerpt, Number 61, July 2008
    • Bronze & Brass 101, Number 61, July 2008
    • What makes my old boat good, Number 61, July 2008
    • How a magazine is produced, Number 61, July 2008
    • Disabled sailing opportunities, Number 62, September 2008
    • Telegram from the Palace excerpt, Number 62, September 2008
    • Danger, Dolphins and Ginger Beer and other excerpts, Number 63, November 2008
    • A happy ship, Number 64, January 2009
    • Making Carly a sailor, Number 64, January 2009
    • Small is bountiful, Number 65, March 2009
    • Father and son shipmates, Number 66, May 2009
    • A triangle romance, Number 69, November 2009
    • Perfidious paradise, Number 70, January 2010
    • Memories of an innocent world, Number 71, March 2010
    • What would a great skipper do?, Number 72, May 2010
    • Laid-back racing, Number 72, May 2010
    • When sail rules, Number 73, July 2010
    • Cruising on sufferance, Number 73, July 2010
    • Good old boat (gulp!) racing, Number 74, September 2010
    • Who needs palm trees?, Number 74, September 2010
    • A manual for life, Number 75, November 2010
    • Partners in sailing, Number 76, January 2011
    • Stone free, Number 76, January 2011
    • The seasons of our lives, Number 77, March 2011
    • Our community of sailors, Number 78, May 2011
    • Boat noodling, Number 79, July 2011
    • Good old boats gather for a good cause, Number 79, July 2011
    • Pop Pop's Cruise, Number 79, July 2011
    • Free anchors, Number 79, July 2011
    • Mexico-bound in company, Number 80, September 2011
    • Are you OK?, Number 80, September 2011
    • Midwinter frolic, Number 81, November 2011
    • Sail into the holidays, Number 81, November 2011
    • Touch and the sailor, Number 81, November 2011
    • A law of the sea, Number 82, January 2012
    • Good Old Boat has lost a friend, Number 83, March 2012
    • Boats are teachers, Number 84, May 2012
    • Voyages in Desperate Times, Number 84, May 2012
    • Going nowhere, Number 84, May 2012
    • A sea less sailed, Number 85, July 2012
    • Back where we belong, Number 86, September 2012
    • Building boats, building kids, Number 87, November 2012
    • Live in the moments? Number 87, November 2012
    • Havasu Pocket Cruisers Convention, Number 88, January 2013
    • A passion for the Cal 25, Number 88, January 2013
    • Rescuing boats, Number 89, March 2013
    • Sent from my iCoconut, Number 89, March 2013
    • The last voyage, Number 90, May 2013
    • Across Islands and Oceans, Number 91, July 2013
    • Getting hooked on sailing, Number 91, July 2013
    • The cliff, Number 91, July 2013
    • What is "good"?, Number 91, July 2013
    • Readers answer our "photo call", Number 92, September 2013
    • A fall solo cruise, Number 92, September 2013
    • Boatyard ghosts, Number 93, November 2013
    • Readers send “baby pictures” (photo spread), Number 94, January 2014
    • Unhooked and disoriented, Number 94, January 2014
    • The right boat for the job, Number 94, January 2014
    • Swiftsure, Number 95, March 2014
    • Jurgen’s ashes, Number 95, March 2014
    • Dolphin night, Number 95, March 2014
    • What’s in a boat’s name?, Number 96, May 2014
    • Every sailboat is a good old boat (photo spread), Number 96, May 2014
    • Morale boosters, Number 96, May 2014
    • Shoestring cruising, Number 96, May 2014
    • Cruising on shoe leather, Number 97, July 2014
    • Pages from our “family album” (photo spread), Number 98, September 2014
    • Journeys with no end, Number 98, September 2014
    • 10 ways to save sailing dollars, Number 99, November 2014
    • Setting standards . . ., Number 99, November 2014
    • A ton of magazines, Number 100, January 2015
    • Stars in the water, Number 100, January 2015
    • Finisterre looks back, Number 101, March 2015
    • All overboard!, Number 101, March 2015
    • Readers’ favorite boat pictures, Number 101, March 2015
    • Yearning for the ocean blue, Number 101, March 2015
    • Late-season challenge, Number 102, May 2015
    • Stop! Hey, what’s that sound? , Number 102, May 2015
    • That sinking feeling, Number 103, July 2015
    • There’s no hiding added weight . . ., Number 103, July 2015
    • Meeting Pendragon’s liveaboards, Number 103, July 2015
    • Readers’ favorite boat pictures, Number 104, September 2015
    • What’s in a boat’s name? Number 104, September 2015
    • Sailing for love and money, Number 105, November 2015
    • Battery à la carte, Number 105, November 2015
    • A eulogy to Johnson, Number 105, November 2015
    • Slither me timbers (a snake aboard) , Number 106, January 2016
    • The scent of a good old boat, Number 107, March 2016
    • Can sailing generate income? Number 108, May 2016
    • Dinghy ramblings, Number 108, May 2016
    • Midges en masse, Number 108, May 2016
    • Canal cruising, Number 109, July 2016
    • How to sell the wife on the next boat, Number 109, July 2016
    • Travels with a broken boat, Number 111, November 2016
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    Product launchings

    • TideMinders, riding sail from Banner Bay, Sensibulb, Number 48, May 2006
    • IQLight, Rescue Tape, Atlas Boat Pads, Number 49, July 2006
    • Borel’s diesel alarm, PotSticker, Ducky Products’ Electro-Seal, Number 50, September 2006
    • Tent Chairs, Pak-Lites, Figure 9 Rope Tightener, Number 51, November 2006
    • New Providence marine Systems tank monitors, Hitchcraft’s Rope Tie, Managing the Waterways electronic charts on DVD, Number 52, January 2007
    • Scandia Marine Products ColorWheelz, Green Marine Products Fuel Whistle, Zarcor’s custom companionway doors, Number 54, May 2007
    • Flying Lateen rig, Borel Manufacturing’s Nite-Lite, new windvane for boats up to 32 feet by Voyager Windvanes, Number 55, July 2007
    • Weems & Plath slide rule, Clean Water Solutions Oil Eradicator and Microtabs, Forespar Lanocote in new dispenser, Number 56, September 2007
    • Sailing Wind Wheel, Eternabond microsealant tape, Engine Checkup kit, Number 58, January 2008
    • Suncor’s lifeline kits; Banner Bay Marine’s LineLock; Spot, the personal locator beacon, Number 59, March 2008
    • Seaworthy Goods’ PortVisor, Trionic Corporation’s shower sump, LockDriver by SMC Innovations, Number 60, May 2008
    • Rhinohide, Taylor Made solar-powered LED dock lights, Phillips’ floating screwdriver, Number 61, July 2008
    • Vigilance tank monitors, new Duracell flashlight, improved Wi-Fi connection by 5milewifi, Number 62, September 2008
    • Magma Magic grill cleaner, ActiveCaptain phone chartplotter, Forespar Flopper-Stopper, Number 65, March 2009
    • Doubloon lighting fixtures, iD flash drives, Progressive Epoxy depth gauge, Number 66, May 2009
      CallPod, Number 69, November 2009
    • Tiller Clutch review, Number 74, September 2010
    • HotBlade-X line cutter and more … , Number 74, September 2010
    • Bungy take the strain for docklines, Number 76, January 2011
    • LineGrabber makes connections easy, Number 76, January 2011
    • Night Vision Cap for Sailors, Number 79, July 2011
    • No-Wear Chafe Guard, Number 79, July 2011
    • Holding-tank odor yields to Nature-Zyme, Number 80, September 2011
    • Grey Beard low-capacity pump, Number 80, September 2011
    • Tailing system, Number 82, January 2012
    • Spiroll Chafe Guards, Number 82, January 2012
    • Solar gadget charger, Number 84, May 2012
    • Stretchy straps, Number 84, May 2012
    • LED lighting, Number 84, May 2012
    • Navigation rules app, Number 86, September 2012
    • Keeping diesel fuel dry, Number 86, September 2012
    • Personal floatation, Number 87, November 2012
    • Earbud protection, Number 87, November 2012
    • The SmartPlug, Number 89, March 2013
    • Stafford stanchion-mounting collars, Number 89, March 2013
    • Mantus Chain Hook, Number 89, March 2013
    • UltraShade Boat Awning, Number 90, May 2013
    • A glimpse into the future (laser rescue flare), Number 90, May 2013
    • Splice Line Fittings, Number 91, July 2013
    • What's on my boat – App, Number 91, July 2013
    • The Mantus bridle, Number 93, November 2013
    • The SoliCharger2000, Number 93, November 2013
    • Bluetooth headset, Number 94, January 2014
    • Tool-free clevis pin, Number 94, January 2014
    • Smart dinnerware, Number 95, March 2014
    • Clever eyewear, Number 95, March 2014
    • Forgiving paint, Number 95, March 2014
    • Easy lubing, Number 96, May 2014
    • Gauge protector, Number 96, May 2014
    • Windy phone app, Number 96, May 2014
    • Wind app, Number 98, September 2014
    • Charts on demand, Number 98, September 2014
    • Virtual logbook, Number 98, September 2014
    • A handsome sailing knife, Number 99, November 2014
    • Tide info in the hand, Number 99, November 2014
    • Charts for iOS, Number 103, July 2015
    • Lantern and device charger, Number 103, July 2015
    • Li-ion jump-starter, Number 103, July 2015
    • Water sprayer, LED mast light, zoom app for paper charts, Number 106, January 2016
    • SOS by LED, anchor swivel, wind data, Number 107, March 2016
    • Headsail protector, decoded code flags, and an app of interest, Number 108, May 2016
    • Smart luggage and a clever tether, Number 109, July 2016
    • Boat phones home, iOS chart viewer app, Number 110, September 2016
    • Mantus anchor headlamp, Secure portable phone charger, Number 111, November 2016
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