Fueling is one of the most important aspects of competing at the top of our game. Here’s what Kim Couranz and I find works best for us.
Bonus days of sailing are even more special during the off-season.
How can so many people—most people—be content to make the same mistakes over and over again, rather than striving to be better?
My new favorite Hammer product might surprise you—especially when you open your water bottle.
In addition to a “normal” family tree, I’ve got an extra—a family that revolves around shared passion and experience, rather than shared DNA.
This post first appeared on the boats.com blog. Sailors know that summer in Annapolis means heat, humidity, motorboat chop, jellyfish—and no wind. So when a hundred and thirty Snipe sailors choose to spend a week of August vacation there, they must be counting on something
Kim Couranz takes time off from her day job in communications at NOAA to sail with me. This week we’re bringing a new Snipe up to speed, and she took time off from boatwork and reading to write this post.
Last Friday my two worlds-sailing and books-met here in San Diego.