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Magazine articles on boating and sailing.
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Popular Mechanics
March 2003
Rich Taylor
Pure Muscle Testing four compact muscle boats that ooze horsepower. mark for My Articles 434 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
March 2003
Cliff Gromer
The Wood Old Days They were the Stutz Bearcats of the water in their day, with names like Garwood, Hackercraft and Ventnor. And, like the Stutz, these striking, hand-built wooden runabouts have become prized collectors' items. mark for My Articles 44 similar articles
Wired
March 2003
Carl Hoffman
Cheating Death The water speed record hasn't been broken in 25 years -- in fact, it's taken the life of just about everyone who's tried. Now two next-gen rocket jockeys are taking on the old guard. mark for My Articles 137 similar articles
Outside
February 2003
Sharael Feist
Fancy Fleet Mothballed America's Cup yachts return to the starting line mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
Boating
Frank Sargeant
Polar 19 Deep Vee After years of building mostly bay boats, Polar has broken tradition with its new 19 Deep Vee. With 2 ' of forward freeboard, an interior depth of 2'1", and a 17-degree deadrise, it should run considerably softer than the Polars bred for the bay. And it comes in under $20,000. mark for My Articles 317 similar articles
Boating
Kevin Falvey
War Babies Want a boat built to military specs? No problem -- except for the rocket launchers. mark for My Articles 844 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
December 2002
Cliff Gromer
A Real Boat And A Rocket Ship Yamaha's new GP1300R 2-seater muscle PWC is touted as the fastest and most powerful model in its class. mark for My Articles 600 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
December 2002
Take A Bow A real-world concept boat that combines fast fun with family amenities. mark for My Articles 434 similar articles
Outside
November 2002
Tim Zimmermann
Knives in the Water Clip in and hang on for the 31st America's Cup -- a game of skill, guile, wealth, power, pettiness, paranoia, espionage, and egomania. And the sailing's not bad, either. mark for My Articles 18 similar articles
High on Adventure
December 2002
Catamaran Sailing the British Virgin Islands No matter your situation, sailing the British Virgin Islands on a crewed catamaran may just be the best vacation of your life. mark for My Articles 120 similar articles
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