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Jeanneau NC 795

As seen in Boating Magazine’s November/December 2017 Issue.  Jeanneau’s NC 795 combines a new dynamic profile with multiple innovations to improve onboard comfort. The Jeanneau NC 795’s biggest selling point is that it can be a pleasant express cruiser with the sliding doors wide open along with the sunroof and side windows. In that mode, it’s ­really a runabout with […]

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Jeanneau NC 11 by: Dean Travis Clarke

This article originally appeared in Boating Magazine’s September issue.  Jeanneau’s NC11 melds the very best of traditional seakeeping and robust construction with a modern design aesthetic. In France, sailing and boating qualify as national pastimes almost on a par with soccer — and the sports heroes (and heroines) are oftentimes sailors. The French always do an exceptional job of designing boats […]

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Jeanneau NC 895 by: Mike Werling

This article originally appeared in Sea Magazine’s September 2017 issue.  A new concept gets an outboard redesign but keeps its performance chops and weekend cruising ability. THE STEADY ROAR of twin Yamaha F200 outboards. The whipping wind caused by our 44 mph top speed. The thrill of a sporty lean during hard turns. I was enjoying the ride in the […]

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Magical Isle

Here, in the Pacific Northwest, the boating season is short.  We don’t want to miss a single moment of the sunshine, especially in  the San Juan Islands.  It’s our local playground, but more than that, it is a place to reflect on nature and our place in the universe.  Sucia Island is our favorite San Juan Island, located to the […]

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Take the Wheel Anyone?

For the past several years, certainly one of the most popular programs offered during the Annapolis Sailboat Show, especially for those looking to purchase a new boat, is the Take the Wheel Workshop. What is Take the Wheel? In a nutshell, it’s an opportunity for people attending the Annapolis show to go for a sail on several different sized boats and […]

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Kumealon to Ketchikan

Keep up with the Andersons Abroad — a family of four taking part in the Sail Alaska Trip this year! July 5th, 2017 As has become our custom, we motored out of our anchorage pretty early, departing Kumealon and headed northbound for a long day, partially crossing Dixon Entrance while the weather was expected to be calm.   It started out […]

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