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If you love sailing on the giant ships of today you may want to consider not reading this article. No, it’s not about sickness spreading throughout the ship or the overstuffed toilets, which often accompanies these voyages. Nor is it about passengers jumping overboard...

July 29, 2019

The Long Island north shore extends approximately 90 miles from Great Neck to Orient Point.  It has some of the best bays in the northeast that offer protection from the weather as well as all kinds of amenities, entertainment and relaxation.  This publication covered...

July 29, 2019

Our sails are the engines of our boats and deserve to be treated with respect. Properly cared for, Dacron sails will last a long, long time. I’m still using the original sails on my Matilda 20, Ternabout.
The UV rays from sunlight are the enemy of Dacron. We can’t keep...

July 29, 2019

Overshadowed in history by the American Revolution and the Civil war, the war of 1812 is none the less an important part of the history of the United States. A part of that history may have recently been discovered in the Patuxent River, undisturbed for almost 200 year...