Renegade Sailing digital magazine covering international
waterside lifestyles, with an emphasis on yachting
A collection of this and that from the sailing world: silliness and humor, tales of dazzling yachts, shared memories of divine times on wonderful wooden boats, how not to provision for a global journey, who wore what on which race and more.
Lens in hand, this photographer creates maritime art for private collections, international companies, publishers, major regattas and America’s Cup athletes.
As of 2016, there was an estimated 11.9 million registered boats in the U.S.—the vast majority being made of fiberglass. An average fiberglass boat has a lifespan of 30 to 40 years.
Building a wooden boat started with a wee bit of lofting in a shed.
Caribbean yachting season’s end was marked by captains and crews challenging each other to a race to Guadeloupe.
Let them drink beer. I intend to have my nauticake and eat it too.