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June 25, 1962 | Roderick Stephens Jr.
There years ago my family and I, with some friends, sailed out of Larchmont, N.Y. for Shelburne, Nova Scotia aboard our 45-foot sloop, . Southerly winds stayed fresh all the way; the days were warm, the nights cool...
June 11, 1962 | Eugenie Marron
In the June 25 issue Rod Stephens Jr., marine engineer, America's Cup racer and one of the best blue-water yachtsmen in the world, tells how to get the most from a cruising boat under sail.
August 25, 1958
Ill-fated hydro, Miss Thriftway, its prow still buried engine-deep in bow of Coast Guard boat, is raised from Lake Washington. But racer broke away and sank in 80 feet of water.