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February 21, 1966 | Hugh Whall
West Coast sailors may be also-rans in America's Cup competition but, with Congress to back them and a cup of their own to race for, they made one 12-meter man from back east look like Sir Thomas Lipton
December 13, 1965 | Roger S. Hewlett
An electric fan, a tank of water, soda straws, cellophane and lots of imagination are ample ingredients for a lively winter of sailboat racing, with no necessity whatever to go out in a boat on the frosty seas
July 26, 1965 | Liz Smith
There wasn't much sailboat racing at the first biennial Block Island Race Week, but there were plenty of lobsters, whiskey, beer and fun
July 12, 1965 | Carleton Mitchell
Horseplayers have their Churchill Downs, golfers their Augusta. To yachtsmen the name that matters is Cowes, home port of Britain's Royal Yacht Squadron. Each year in August, the Royal and other Cowes clubs play host...
November 30, 1964 | Laurie Johnston
The true-hearted sailor knows no season, least of all in San Francisco Bay. At any season the bay is likely to be gusty—locally known as dusty—especially in the lee of its islands, peninsulas and other postcard...