About Renegade Sailing

Renegade Sailing is a magazine covering international waterside lifestyles, with an emphasis on yachting. Read about objects and ideas that merit maritime lust, or at least a moment of fascination.

We find and profile details about outrageous and dazzling super yachts—real, imagined and some long since gone to the depths—that you may not already know about; from radio controlled gems gliding on the lake, to ocean going vessels of stout design. We spy on the lives of handsome sailors. We hunt and locate the best marine toys for your next Mediterranean cruise. We search for hot and hip items to wear on the yacht and on the dock. These are stories from aside and over the water—from the mildy ludicrous to the insanely over-the-top.

About Martha Blanchfield
Martha Blanchfield is a racer, writer and photographer. As editor and founder of RenegadeSailing.com, she profiles international waterside lifestyle. She often pokes fun at the loves and lives of sailors.

Her photography and writing appear in Classic Boat (UK), Nautique (NL), the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta program, SFGate.com, Latitude 38, J/Boats newsletter, Points East, Classic Yacht and Adventure Sports Journal. She's photographed the Pac52 Championships, Rolex Big Boat Series San Francisco, J/70 Worlds, Etchells North American Championship, Key West Race Week, Nacra, 49er, FX competition in New York, J/24 U.S. Nationals and more.

For her day job, Martha teams with top technology firms. She has worked for Nikon, Lexar, SanDisk, Kingston, BenQ, SmartDB, ProGrade Digital and others. She’s currently developing an image AI and ML (Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning) firm. For fun, Martha invents and oversees Renegade Photo Shoots—themed photography education workshops that tackle subjects such as Film Noir, stop motion, commercial spoofs and more. View the site: https://renegadephotoshoots.weebly.com/ Use password “RPS”

Martha Blanchfield follows the fleets, then shares a renegade point of view.

Martha Blanchfield follows the fleets, then shares a renegade point of view.