Volume 29, Number 7
Out of the Swing of the Sea
If you're headed into San Francisco, the Mehaffys strongly suggest you make time for Bodega Bay, Sausalito or both.
With just a bit more planning and preparation, Shawn and Corinne Severn find winter one of the best times for cruising their American Tug Salish Lady.
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Letters Events Education Racing Boating Clubs New Boats Launchings New Products Sea Stories Racing Sheet Boats for Sale Where to find Northwest Yachting Classified Ads Index of Advertisers
Course Made Good A look at the year astern and the year ahead.
Longboard: A Pacific Northwest Success Story
Peter Salusbury explains how Paul Bieker and Jim Betts helped him create his perfect boat.
Peter Schrappen goes to the White House.
Washington State Marinas and Fuel Docks Northwest Yachting takes its annual look at marinas and fuel docks in the Northwest.
Tony's Tackle Box
Concerns about blackmouth don't lessen Tony's excitement about winter fishing.
ON THE COVER Neil Rabinowitz
The 332-foot Attessa IV was built in Holland by Feadship and underwent a 100% redesign at Vancouver Shipyards with primary design work by Bellevue's Glade Johnson and styling contributions by Victoria's Greg Marshall Design. At sunrise near Butte Inlet the yacht's wading pool glows in the dawn light. The lower waters of Butte inlet are often flat calm but quickly moving, especially when the tide rips through Arran Rapids at 10+ knots, so large yachts have to pick their moments to linger. This shot was staged in darkness and taken as a time exposure while the sun rose.
10 NW YACHTING JANUARY 2016
The Gimbaled Gourmet
Kathryn Farron serves up a collection of comfort food recipes perfect for the Northwest.
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