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Good to get going…

Stu Bannatyne worked up the following article for Seahorse Magazine on his experience of sailing the boat, but of course with recent events we just

Resurgent

How many yachts can you think of that combine 20-knot plus performance and one design racing in decent-sized fleets with Category A offshore certification and

Fewer parts fewer troubles

And there is nothing out there to keep your sails up that boasts fewer moving parts than Eric Hall’s superbly reliable Alphalock system... Minimise what can

Step by step

We like to assume that sailing is inherently sustainable, powered by renewable energy. Sails themselves, however, are the elephant in the room when it comes

Hang on tight…

Getting a good grasp on things has been at the heart of Spinlock’s business for over 30 years and many of their innovative products have

Simple simple simple

Cyclops Marine is making big strides in helping sailors make accurate, data-driven adjustments to their sails while they race. The latest example is SmartLuff, an

Stand by

On the threshold of the 52 Super Series’s 10th year of competition it is pleasing to see this season shaping up with so much promise.

Much bigger questions

A timely update from International Maxi Association general secretary Andrew McIrvine… This column should perhaps come with a health warning: ‘not entirely about Maxi yacht racing’. The

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