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July 01, 1957
SCHOONERSALTURA—48', Hugh Jacks; CONSTELLATION—75', Maxfield Smith; DIABLO—60', Frank Wade; NANAIMO—50', William Palmer; SEADRIFT—85', Lyman Farwell; SEA SONG II—45', William Watling; QUASCILLA—42', Martha Baker;...
January 07, 1957
Hungarian Olympians, looking for new homes, reach the U.S. after the flight from Melbourne
December 03, 1956 | Richard Pollard
San Francisco Bay sailors are a breed apart in their devotion to the choppiest, windiest and most unpredictable body of water in yachtdom
November 12, 1956 | Horace Sutton
November 12, 1956
At Malibu and at San Onofre in southern California, the surf rolls in in the long, sweeping waves that are called makahas by the beachboys at Waikiki. Here, even in chilly November, the surfers are out, as avid as...