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  • Sailing Tips #1 The Night Before. -March 31, 2005, Mark Mongold. The first in a series of articals designed to help the new sailor make the transition from "Learn-to-Sail" graduate to experienced club member.
  • Sailing Tips #2 What To Bring. -April 16, 2005, Mark Mongold. The second in a series of articals designed to help the new sailor make the transition from "Learn-to-Sail" graduate to experienced club member.
  • Sailing Tips #3 Getting Ready and Leaving the Dock. -April 29, 2005, Mark Mongold. The third in a series of articals designed to help the new sailor make the transition from "Learn-to-Sail" graduate to experienced club member.
  • Sailing Tips #4 Becoming A Sailboat. -June 12, 2005, Mark Mongold. The forth in a series of articals designed to help the new sailor make the transition from "Learn-to-Sail" graduate to experienced club member.
  • Sailing Tips #5 Boat Handling Under Sail. -Jul 7, 2005, Mark Mongold. The fifth in a series of articals designed to help the new sailor make the transition from "Learn-to-Sail" graduate to experienced club member.
  • Sailing Tips #6 Getting Back Home & Dealing With Finicky Motors. -July 19, 2005, Mark Mongold. The sixth in a series of articals designed to help the new sailor make the transition from "Learn-to-Sail" graduate to experienced club member.
  • Sailing Tips #7 Hit the Dock! Ihope Not. -July 19, 2005, Mark Mongold. The seventh and last in a series of articals designed to help the new sailor make the transition from "Learn-to-Sail" graduate to experienced club member.

  • Safety At Sea -April 4, 2006, Tom Sims. Tom describes a course appropriate for everyone that ventures out onto the open water.

  • Tying Up at the Dock -March 3, 2003, Tom Ehling. Tom talks about a very important chore that many times gets left out or done incorrectly.

  • Well Equipped Day Sailor -March, 2003, Randolph Smith. Randy helps you decide what is important to take with you before hitting the water.

  • Local Weather On the Web - March, 2003, Randolph Smith. Randy tells us where to look for weather forecast information so you don't get stuck in a rain storm.
  • Going Aground - April, 2003, Tom Ehling. I know, you love to sail, and think there can't be anything that isn't fun when on the water?  Well in this article, Tom tells you how to avoid ruining your day. 
  • Rules of the Road - April, 2003, Tom Ehling. Not sure who has the right-of-way on our sailing grounds? Take a look and *please* take a copy with you on the boat...:)
  • How to Use the Onboard Radio - April, 2004, Tom Ehling. A primer in the basics of VHF marine radio usage, for club members in the N.Y. Harbor.
  • Understanding Polar Diagrams - July, 2004, Rusi Patell. A clear explanation of how to decipher the information displayed on a Polar Diagram. Also available in pdf format here Understanding Polar Diagrams.pdf
  • Norfolk Delivery - December 2003, Mike Connell. A story about Mike's first big boat delivery. Also available in pdf format here Norfolk Delivery.pdf
  • Peru Excursion - August, 2004 - Rusi Patel. A story about Rusi's trip to Peru. Not about sailing, but an interesting trip none the less.

 

 

 

 

 

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