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A reminder from the U.S. Coast Guard to use your VHF radio—not your cellphone—to call for help when you're in distress on the water.
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Good article. It's very important.
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St. Pete NOOD Overall winners--congrats to Andrew Fisher's Sonar team! Watch an interview with the winners at http://bit.ly/1oHfYeB

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Skipper Andrew Fisher of US Sailing Team Sperry Top-Sider won a close Sonar fleet and also clinched the overall St. Petersburg NOOD Regatta title for a trip to the BVI from Sunsail. Sailing World interviews Fisher and crew Bradley Johnson.
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Check out our preview of the Sperry Top-Sider St. Pete NOOD Regattas, happening this weekend!
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Nothing like a whistling hull and surfing' those speeds with the wind at your back!
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"Two converging wind patterns from the day before had subsided to allow for some fresh breeze as my cameras thrived on the visual feast opening up beneath my feet. Yachts jostled within feet of one another on the starting line, and then out of the traps like a greyhound race went these thoroughbred Maxis. Swapping between cameras at speed, grabbing and holding tightly whilst firing as many quality images as possible, the chopper spinning around each yacht was, as always, exhilarating." -Ingrid Abery on our May Photo of the Month from PalmaVela. Read on at http://bit.ly/10EvWeP
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These Audi Melges 20's look fast in Porto Ercole! Event No. 2 rounded out with 4 races on Sunday, May 19th-- putting Team Mascalzone Latino Jr. in the lead for this event and also the entire Audi Sailing Series. Will they be able to hold on to their lead in Portoferraio? You can find more pictures at http://bit.ly/14ViX8a
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Condolences to family and friends of Andrew "Bart" Simpson and the entire Artemis team. Such a tragedy, a two-time Olympic medalist (gold in 08, and silver in 12) and one of the happier people on the Olympic circuit. Few people seemed to enjoy his job as much as he did. http://bit.ly/15vXbMP
Andrew Simpson tragically died after Artemis Racing capsized its AC72 on Thursday, May 9.
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I do too many errors to take part in this type of sailing. I need boats that can tolerate my errors without capsize or break!
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Check out photos of the 2014 Sperry Top-Sider Annapolis NOOD regatta.
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“There were some very good offers out there, but at the end of the day, Russell and Larry, I wouldn’t be here without them…” Spithill said in confirming his return to the command of Oracle Team USA. It's on. Bob Grieser pic from AC34.
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And you wouldn't be there without his $$$ lolol
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The famous Italian island of Capri and the beguiling Tyrrhenian Sea provided the host setting for the 2013 Rolex Capri Sailing Week Volcano Race, which came to a close on Friday 24 May following a week of close-fought inshore and offshore racing. Constantly changing and challenging conditions ensured enthralling sailing for the fleet of Maxi yachts. Check out more photos here: http://bit.ly/10xPqSn
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Follow the Sperry Top-Sider Seattle NOOD this weekend at http://bit.ly/17w0ZgB
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Until recently, the multihull sailing experience was completely foreign to most sailors because they spent most of their time in heavy displacement boats. Before we had sportboats and seriously lightweight craft, apparent wind on the runs was always aft of 90 degrees. While we were sailing ProSail 40s, we were also sailing Etchells, J/24s, and IOR boats. All great boats of that era, but boats with spinnaker poles that you pulled aft further and further the windier it got, using the spinnaker as a wind blocker. Look at the landscape now, however. We have mainstreamed foiling Moths, 49ers, Melges 24s, J/70s, Viper 640s, TP52s, and Volvo 70s—all boats that share one important trait with multihulls: They’re fast enough to shift the apparent wind forward, making downwind sailing a far more lively and high-speed experience. In essence, a lot of downwind sailing is now done with bigger and deeper genoas that use the flow of apparent wind the same way a jib does upwind. There’s no more wind blocking, no more spinnaker poles, and no more spinnakers—period. It’s “crank it up and let her rip,” which is how multihulls have been sailed for generations.
-Ken Read on transitioning from mono to multi at http://bit.ly/16ZV1UW

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The hobie has now been upgraded to a nacra 5.2...can things get any better?? Well the weather would be a good start.. nothing but gale force winds and rain here for the last 2 months. :-( :-( :-( 
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