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  1. The Pink Pony Express
  2. Bahamas E-Charts Get Better
  3. SeaWorthy
  4. Aquatic Invasive Species
  5. Book Review: The Care and Feed of Sailing Crew, Lin Pardey with Larry Pardey
  6. In Search of the Unsinkable Boat
  7. Lightning Strike!
  8. The Cruising Life—How to Get Started, Part Two
  9. The Cruising Life—How to Get Started
  10. Juggling Offspring and Boats
  11. Understanding Cordage
  12. The Cruiser's Wardrobe
  13. Panel Layout and Fabrics
  14. Langkawi—A Cruiser's Shangri-la
  15. The Love of Landfalls
  16. Trailering Your Boat
  17. Basic Considerations for Cruisers
  18. Cruising the Big Apple
  19. Tow or Salvage?
  20. Water, Precious Water
  21. Feline Friends on Board
  22. Calling it Quits
  23. On the Hard Far from Home
  24. Cockpit Camping on Crossings
  25. Provisioning for the Caribbean
  26. Cruising Dangers, Part Three
  27. Trailering? Pick a Boat
  28. The Triumph of Good
  29. Cruising Necessities and Luxuries
  30. Boat Swapping
  31. Hurricane Watch
  32. Installing Treadmaster Nonskid
  33. Route Planning 101
  34. Stowing for Heavy Weather
  35. The Multihull Experience
  36. Water, Water Everywhere
  37. Making Your Boat a Home
  38. Small Boat Cruising
  39. It All Starts with a Yarn
  40. The Long Way Back, Part Five
  41. Women and Cruising
  42. The Importance of Galleys
  43. Retirement Cruising Budgets
  44. Cruising with Kids
  45. The Lessons of Life Afloat
  46. Considering a New Mainsail
  47. Steering System Spring Checkup
  48. Schooling the Sailing Child
  49. Choosing the Right Boat
  50. Rounding Cape Hatteras
  51. The Long Way Back, Part IV
  52. A Tribute to Sailing
  53. The Basics of Reefing
  54. Gifts from the Rain Gods
  55. A Safe and Sound Galley
  56. Deep Thinking in the Bahamas
  57. Reading Ranges
  58. Deck Washdown Systems
  59. The Art and Science of Standing Watch
  60. What We Learned Sailing the Pacific
  61. Cockpit Confessions
  62. Cruising Dreams and Boat Lists
  63. A Christmas at Sea
  64. Naming and Renaming Your Boat
  65. Christmas at Sea
  66. Wintering Aboard
  67. Overcoming Your Offshore Fears
  68. Upgrading Spars
  69. The Long Way Back, Part Two
  70. Entering Foreign Waters
  71. Working and Cruising
  72. International Relations
  73. The Long Way Back to Brazil
  74. Bidding Bon Voyage to a Boat
  75. Nature's Cruising Schedule
  76. Offshore Preparations, Part Two
  77. Entering Foreign Waters
  78. Looking Up
  79. Money, Money, Money
  80. Fine-Tuning the Autopilot—Part One
  81. The Lessons of Fear
  82. Criteria for Successful Cruising
  83. The Fundamentals of Dinghy Choice
  84. Cruiser's Medical Plan
  85. The Path to Lightning Protection
  86. Earning Your Living While Cruising
  87. Keeping It Simple
  88. Preparing to Sail Offshore, Part One
  89. The Cruising Cockpit
  90. Dealing with Seasickness
  91. Cruising Preparation
  92. From Landlubber to Cruiser
  93. Selecting a Self-Steering Windvane
  94. Repacking the Liferaft
  95. Battery Bank Design
  96. Pump it Out
  97. Anchoring Control
  98. Resolving Onboard Conflicts
  99. Charging with Wind Power
  100. All Quiet on Board
  101. Sailing Myth and Reality
  102. Family Obligations
  103. Finding a Sailing Mate
  104. Choosing Batteries
  105. Calculating the Cost of Cruising
  106. At Odds with the Weather Gods
  107. The Great Stroke Debate
  108. The Delicate Art of Preventing Seasickness
  109. Dangerous Seafood
  110. Captains and Admirals
  111. The Art of Ice-ing
  112. Sail Repair 101
  113. Proper Cabin Lighting
  114. Homeschooling in the Tropics
  115. How Long Will It Take?
  116. The Third Essential
  117. Choosing Anchors, Rodes, and Windlasses
  118. Making Landfall at Night
  119. Charter Boat Preparation
  120. Zen and the Art of Sailboat Maintenance
  121. Sailing With Small Children
  122. Reacquainting Myself with Paradise
  123. Sailing Jobs
  124. It's Great in Greece
  125. Insurance for Cruisers
  126. Anchoring in Small Spaces
  127. Cruising the Annapolis Boat Show
  128. When Bermuda Beckons
  129. Lessons from the Galley
  130. Cruising Days at Anchor
  131. Cruising the Bay Islands
  132. Offshore Crewing Basics
  133. General or Specific Charts
  134. Using Wheel Pilots
  135. The Classic Valiant 40
  136. Top 10 Sailing Venues
  137. Sea Level Visibility
  138. Paperwork Needed for Voyaging
  139. Praising the Sextant
  140. Hot Weather Safety Advice
  141. Making the Decision
  142. Boom Furling Revolution
  143. Caribbean Voyaging Overview
  144. Finding Trailers
  145. How Fit Should a Sailor Be?
  146. The Cape Cod Canal
  147. The Trinidad Solution
  148. Breaking those Shoreside Bonds
  149. Autopilots and Windvanes
  150. Internet Chartering
  151. Watermakers—Pros and Cons
  152. Controling Broaches
  153. The Right Wind Generator
  154. Devising a Better Bilge Pump
  155. When Tragedies Happen at Sea
  156. Cruising Nova Scotia, Part II
  157. Tacking Woes
  158. The Rio Dulce Beckons
  159. So You Want to Go Transatlantic?
  160. The Spring Launch
  161. Come Race, Come Cruise
  162. Captain's License Inquiry
  163. Cruising Beautiful Belize
  164. The Proper Fabric
  165. Optimizing Your Downwind Performance
  166. ICW Information
  167. Friendly Cruising in Nova Scotia
  168. Sailing in Slocum's Wake
  169. Prepare for the Unexpected
  170. Finding Good Anchorages
  171. Cape Horn Charter Opportunities
  172. Intracoastal Waterway
  173. EPIRB Essentials
  174. Life in the Amazing Abacos
  175. Emergency Steering
  176. Offshore Safety Made Simple
  177. The Green Flash
  178. Dodging Pirates in Southeast Asia
  179. World Cruising Plans
  180. Fears of Piracy
  181. Using Moorings
  182. Researching Sextants
  183. Largest Singlehander
  184. Cruising the ICW, Part Two
  185. Cats Aboard and Abroad
  186. Sea Snakes
  187. Self Steering Gear
  188. Sailing Solo
  189. Transiting the ICW, Part One
  190. Converting CNG to LPG
  191. The Joys of a Cruising Christmas
  192. Maintaining Safety Gear
  193. A Little Help from the Sun
  194. The Forbidden Island
  195. Caribbean Piracy
  196. West Coast Sailing
  197. Fishing Woes
  198. Propane Plumbing
  199. Alcohol Stoves
  200. Preparing to Head South
  201. Domestic Issues
  202. Cruising with Teens
  203. Fitness for Every Sailor
  204. Key West, A Sailing Destination
  205. Communications Made Easy
  206. Fishing for Sailors
  207. The BBS Rides Again
  208. Starting a Charter Business
  209. A Three Generation Cruise
  210. Anticipating the Delivery
  211. Stopover in Bermuda
  212. Kids on Board
  213. Sailing in Fog
  214. What Makes a Safe Offshore Boat
  215. Post-Cruising Transition
  216. Routing Advice
  217. Pilothouses--Good or Bad?
  218. The Value of Teamwork
  219. Liveaboard Input
  220. Sailing a Multihull Part III
  221. Cooking On Board
  222. Sailing Timeframes
  223. Routing North from Ft. Lauderdale
  224. The Right Boat
  225. An Offshore Training Passage
  226. Cruising Baja
  227. Cruising Adventures in Nuie
  228. Caribbean Routing Advice
  229. A Sailor's Guide to the Gods
  230. Offshore Communications
  231. Another Dinghy Alternative
  232. Down the West Coast
  233. Seafaring Pets
  234. The Benefits of an Onboard Childhood
  235. The Best Maintenance is Use
  236. HAM Antennas
  237. Daysailing the Thorny Path
  238. An Island in the Stream
  239. The Aegean Experience
  240. A Nearly Doomed Delivery
  241. Having It Both Ways
  242. Cruising with Canines
  243. Cruising a la Française
  244. South American Ports
  245. Power versus Sail
  246. Working and Crewing on Boats
  247. Becoming Accustomed to US Customs
  248. The First Year Cruising–What to Expect
  249. Cruising Pets
  250. The Beauty of Turning Back