Notable 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, read about them here.
There’s a lone J/70 immediately behind and its bow splash is close enough to reach us.
For just $88 and one KOOL carton end flap, order your cardboard box knock down kit.
Rolex Big Boat Series racers return year after year for the fun.
Tilly XV quickly became the darling at Panerai Corinthian Classic Yachts Regatta in August.
Three days of competition, San Francisco's Invisible Hand earns a record 1-1-2-1-2-2-1-2-1-2 for a tally of 12.
What do unicorns, sailing and illegitimate children have to do with one another? Feuding in the 1600s is the answer.
It’s not only ICW (Intracoastal Waterway) sailors who swoop into Key West for turquoise waters and competitive racing January 15 - 20.
Escapade, "Queen of the Lakes," is in peril. A vessel with quite the pedigree, over the years she has fallen on hard times. Like a fickle lover, her once caretaker has left her jilted.
Chris Ercole and his wife purchased J/109 boat Sweet Caroline in February 2013 and set about to recruit, train and develop a novice crew to race on Long Island Sound in New York. When it came time to staff up for the season, Chris made a determination to train and develop a more novice set of individuals.