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September 11, 1967 | E. F. Haylock
A long-lost logbook from the schooner yacht 'Cambria' tells of Great Britain's original attempt to reclaim the Hundred Guineas Cup carried off to the new world by sailors from across the sea
October 30, 1967
You think the America's Cup is all washed up? Because the races off Newport last summer were a bit one-sided? Nonsense! As Commodore Percy Chubb II, at right between two of the challengers, is finding out, so many...
August 17, 1970 | William Johnson
On the eve of decisive America's Cup trials, foreign and domestic, the grandeur of the sea and charisma of Newport intermingle with the contenders' stark concern over huge investments. Big business outsails...
January 25, 1971 | Hugh D. Whall
Just as everybody wants in, the host yacht club may want out
June 10, 1974 | Coles Phinizy