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ate October is the time of year we return to , our Westsail 42, to begin our cruising season in Mexico. Before we can go sailing, however, we have to pay our dues with the boatyard blues: sanding and painting the hull, servicing seacocks, and

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Gill’s Fish Croquettes
1 large potato (about 1 heaping cup, peeled and diced)1 Tbsp. butter1 lb. fish fillets (any firm white fish, such as flounder, halibut or cod)2 garlic cloves, minced finely Salt and pepper, to taste Pinch of fresh or dried dill weed3/4 cup all-purpos
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It is difficult to describe the utter devastation of a Category 5 storm such as Hurricane Irma because any accurate attempt seems like wild exaggeration. An 80-foot twin-engine catamaran with a generator and full fuel tanks blowing through the air li
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Don’t Try To Be Too Cool
There’s another plumbing issue that might lead to the engine flooding. A traditional propeller-shaft stuffing box needs a slight bit of water—drips, really—to cool it while the engine is running and the shaft is turning, but none when the shaft is at