Over the 92 years that boats have competed in the Edgartown Yacht Club regatta, it’s hard to imagine a more competitive fleet than the sailors who...
I’ve spent a lot of time on a lot of sailboats. I have read about them and talked about them with naval architects and boat builders. But I still don...
In the grand tradition of the Vineyard Cup, the forecast for mostly fun, a high probability of good food, and a strong chance of evening music was...
It was the night before the big three-day Vineyard Cup and sailors and friends of sailors were out in force. But they weren’t on the water. They were...
I’d like to talk about anchoring. And I’d like to talk about garbage. The topics are related since the anchoring skills of most boaters are, um well...
On a sunny July 5, a fresh breeze brought 17 boats across to Falmouth in the Holmes Hole Sunday Sound race.
With the Fourth of July holiday and peak summer boating season under way, the U.S. Coast Guard, local police departments, and town harbor masters are...
I’ve been a delivery skipper since the late 1960s. I’m not a chicken on the water, but other people on boats scare me. I never know if that boat...
In what is believed to be a June record, 19 boats gathered in Vineyard Haven on June 25 for an overcast Thursday evening Harbor Race.

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