Charge of the Light Brigade
Lessons from Isabel Part II
Good Boatkeeping The Right StuffStuffing boxes are built to leak, says Frank Lanier. But a little preemptive maintenance goes a long way toward managing the drips.
Time Tested Split PersonalityThe Beneteau 40.7 is the perfect answer for sailors who are ready for comfort and speed. By Tom Dove
Marina Hopping Hangin’ Out in Rock HallGene and Katie Hamilton cruised into Rock Hall Landing Marina and found themselves within easy reach of the many shoreside attractions that Rock Hall, Md., has to offer visiting boaters.
Cruise of the Month Made in the ShadeThey had to anchor out and row in, but writer Mike Brown and his wife Margaret thought the West River Heritage Day Oyster Festival at the Captain Salem Avery House was well worth the effort. Live music plus oysters fried, frittered and on the half shell . . . what’s not to like?
Angler’s Almanac Can’t Top ’emUsing top-water lures is like operating a puppet on a string, and according to John Page Williams, fish love the performance.
Stern Lines Running BlindWhen Katherine Brown finds herself wreathed in fog, she’s mesmerized by its haunting beautybut she’s supposed to be watching for the next mark!