Kimball Livingston is a former senior editor, and now editor-at-large, for SAIL. His work also has appeared in Sailing World, Cruising World, Soundings, and more. Over three years, Kimball sailed the Centennial Transpacific, Centennial Newport-Bermuda, and 100th Chicago-Mac. His blog posts appear courtesy of his website www.KimballLivingston.com.
Posted on June 9, 2010.
Puzzling the problems of the day. Photo by KL
Walking through door of the International Yacht Restoration School will likely affect you considerably.
Speaking from experience.
But I’ll let Jens Lange ...
Posted on June 3, 2010.
Giant, wing-masted trimarans in the America’s Cup, hydrofoilers busting 50 knots in the Med, these innovations open a window onto a gee-whiz future that turns me on. But they don’t ...
Posted on June 1, 2010.
REPORT FROM THE SWIFTSURE
By David Schmidt
“Hey David, do you want to drive?”
I glance up from a sodden perch on the rail of JAM, John McPhail’s well-rigged and well-sailed J/160, as ...