Boaters must consider the effects of prescription medication before leaving the dock

from Diane Riggan USCG Aux Prescription medications can bring on unwanted side effects to boaters on the water far from emergency personnel. “The marine environment exposes people to heat or cold, motion, wind, noise and other [...]

Another Heavyweight Specialist joins the Digital Yacht team in America

Digital Yacht’s recruitment drive in the US is gathering more momentum, as they announce another sales representative for the North East States. To read the full article you must purchase this issue, or log in. Thank [...]

Where Are They Now: The Mobile CEO

We catch back up with the Leonard family since the launch of their three-year around the world adventure aboard their 50-foot Lagoon catamaran Three Little Birds. Balancing Act by Scott Leonard with Zoe Alexander When was [...]

Multihull Pioneer Jim Brown is Launching a Brand New Audio Series Featuring Multihull Stories and Practical Tips

Multihull designer Jim Brown is launching a new audio series featuring conversations between him and other multihull sailors in order to record a portion of modern multihull history. It has long been a desire of multihull [...]

Oracle Racing Spithill claims the double

20 knots for the winner-takes-all fleet race and speed trials at the America’s Cup World Series in San Diego Report by James Boyd San Diego saved the best for last, testing the AC45 crews with the [...]

From Builder to Cruiser

Shaking off the early cruising bugs By Marie Dufour It’s not all fun and games to learn how to cruise. In fact, it’s a full time job! Dec. 22, 2009 – 11:55 AM Asuncion (Paraguay) SPLASH! [...]

The Multihull Community Sadly Bids Farewell to One of Its Own

An avid multihull enthusiast and longtime friend of the magazine, William ‘Bill’ Homewood passed away due to a pulmonary embolism at Hilton Head Island Medical Center in Hilton Head, N.C. He was 75. Bill was born [...]