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  1. Sailing with E-Mail
  2. VHF Duplex Channels
  3. Guns on Board
  4. The Weather Triangle
  5. Radio Signal Strength
  6. Stern Anchors
  7. First Ocean Voyage
  8. Learning to Use SSB
  9. Caribbean Routes and Shelter
  10. Anchor Sentinels
  11. Daisy Staysail
  12. Spring Lines
  13. The Lowly Boat Pole
  14. Hurricane Warning
  15. Sailing through a Waterspout
  16. Visualizing Weather, Part Two
  17. Back from Bermuda
  18. Spinnaker Fundamentals
  19. Single-Handed Transatlantic History
  20. Strait of Gibraltar Strategies
  21. No Jacket Required
  22. Newport to Bermuda—The Navigator's Race
  23. Visualizing Weather, Part One
  24. African-Caribbean Environmental Connection
  25. The Balance of Hull and Sails
  26. GPS Gets More Accuracy
  27. Holing up for a Hurricane
  28. Sail Trim
  29. Global Weather Concepts and Fundamentals
  30. Revisiting Lessons from the Fastnet
  31. Cardiac Emergencies on Board
  32. Set and Drift Made Simple
  33. Four Seamanship Lessons from Auckland
  34. Rayo Bravo
  35. Dangerous Dinghies
  36. Sailors Should Sew
  37. Sailing Inshore or Offshore
  38. Sailing with Both Ears
  39. Splint Hints, Part Two
  40. Understanding and Using the Magnetic Compass
  41. The Art and Science of Fendering
  42. Ockam's Matryx
  43. Capsize Controversy
  44. Nautical Publications
  45. Dead but Not Deceased
  46. Splint Hints, Part One
  47. Aids to Navigation
  48. Follow up to "Why Carl"
  49. Crew's Seabag
  50. Safety Check
  51. ACR RapidFix 406 EPIRB with GPS Interface
  52. Sydney-Hobart and Harnesses Revisited
  53. Superstitions at Sea
  54. Why Carl?
  55. Orthopaedic Injuries: Fractures
  56. Technical Aspects of Charts
  57. Modern Production Boats
  58. Lightning Protection 101
  59. Software for Macs
  60. Asthma Treatment
  61. Here’s the Rub
  62. A Navigation System for Your Notebook Computer
  63. Choosing the Best Computer Screen
  64. Radar Basics
  65. What Is Differential GPS?
  66. A Few GPS Basics
  67. Radar Proximity Warning Systems
  68. Selecting Computer Navigation Software
  69. Electronic Charts 101
  70. Updating Electronic Charts
  71. E-Mail at Sea
  72. Guns and Cruising
  73. Weather-Tracking Websites
  74. Dueling Rodes
  75. The Weather Fax
  76. Single-Handed Sailing
  77. The NMEA 0183 Data Sentence
  78. Frequently Asked Phone Questions
  79. Frequently Asked GPS/DPGS/LORAN Questions
  80. Frequently Asked Computer Questions
  81. Frequently Asked Image and Charting Questions
  82. From the Origin of Time to the Y2K
  83. Orthopedic Injuries: Strains and Sprains
  84. Local Fishing Laws
  85. Palm-Top Computers and GPS Receivers
  86. The Caribbean in August
  87. The Electronic Chart Datum Setting
  88. An Encounter with Hurricane Mitch
  89. Developments in Electronic Charting
  90. Onboard Computer Care
  91. Printers for Onboard Use
  92. Electronic Navigation
  93. GPS Interfacing
  94. Advanced GPS Interfacing
  95. Buying Prescription Drugs Overseas
  96. A Laptop's Power Consumption
  97. What Is Heaving-to?
  98. Marine Radios Overview
  99. Radar Safety and Microwave Exposure
  100. Reading Flow and Making Adjustments
  101. Laptops at Sea
  102. E-Mail at Sea Advice
  103. Bytes, Kilobytes, and Megabytes
  104. Shortwave Weather Broadcasts
  105. RAM on Board
  106. Weather Movements and a Flip Chart
  107. Rib Fractures and Collapsed Lungs
  108. EPIRB Fundamentals: 121 vs. 406 MHZ
  109. Anchoring out Differences
  110. Respiratory Emergencies, Part Two
  111. Straight Talk on this Hurricane Season
  112. Hurricane Dockside Preparation
  113. Respiratory Emergencies, Part One
  114. Hurricane Waiting
  115. Simple Actions, Sweet Vocation
  116. Health Insurance While Cruising
  117. The Truth about the Sea Breeze
  118. Grappling with that Vicious Storm
  119. Useful Weather Websites
  120. The Right Moves in the Sydney-Hobart Storm
  121. The Joy of Night Sailing
  122. Using Weather Sites on the Internet
  123. Medically Prepared for the Big Voyage
  124. Bilge Pumps:First and Last Lines of Defense
  125. VHF Radio: Usage and Etiquette
  126. Safety Harnesses and Tethers
  127. Control the Wicked Boom
  128. Looking for E-Mail Service
  129. How to Sail with Weather
  130. The Tools of Self-Sufficiency
  131. The Rewards of Self-Sufficiency
  132. Procuring Med-Kit Supplies
  133. Rest with Ice
  134. Sail Repair at Night, Sailor's Delight, Part Two
  135. Critical Boat Burns
  136. Tylenol and Ibuprofen's Effects on Clotting
  137. Motion Eaze
  138. The Single Sideband Radio and the Cruising Sailor
  139. Storm Survival in a Crowded Anchorage
  140. Lessons from a Sailing Disaster
  141. Hypnosis—a Cure for Motion Sickness
  142. More Natural Remedies
  143. Heat Emergencies
  144. The Onboard Medical Kit, Part One
  145. Medical Sources from Readers
  146. The Onboard Medical Kit, Part Two
  147. Medical Lessons from a Brush with Death
  148. Seven Knots You Can't Live Without
  149. Don't Anchor Too Close to Larry
  150. Suggestion for Moisture-Free Computer Care
  151. Overnight Passaging
  152. Preparing to Go Offshore
  153. Weather Forecasts for Sailors
  154. Satellite-Beamed Weather Images
  155. Understanding Weather as a Global Interaction
  156. Using a Weather Service on Your Next Passage
  157. First Leg of an Atlantic Crossing
  158. Blasting across the Atlantic
  159. West to East across the Pond
  160. A Run through the Trades
  161. Wind
  162. Wind Flow in the Tropics
  163. Marine VHF Weather Forecasts
  164. Gathering and Using Weather Information
  165. Jet Stream Charts