Finally. The August issue of the Sailing Newspaper (issue #533, from back in 1975!) is on newsstands and digitally by downloading our free app(here if you have iOS, here for Android). We tell you about it in advance.
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And now we tell you what you can find in the new July issue of the Sailing Newspaper!
(Different) Ocean Twins
Double interview with “ex-aequo” Sailors of the Year 2023 Ambrogio Beccaria and Alberto Bona, the two rivals who are revolutionizing ocean sailing. By the sound of results. Friends, but up to a point.
In Practice – Bolts well with fillets
Thanks to the windward marker threads, you can adjust the sails just right, so that even upwind cruising is enjoyable. Here’s how to do it.
What it means to be Great Sailor
Cino Ricci recounts Simone Bianchetti 20 years after his death. “You are the Bukowski of sailing,” I used to tell him. “And you have to stay that way.” Apology for a life on the edge.
I.A. made me miss the Giraglia.
Our correspondent with his boat at the 70th anniversary Rolex Giraglia regatta. Amidst beautiful boats, wrong courses due to AI, skipped parties, dancing wind, controversy over starts and incomprehensible rankings. How it went and who won.
A Magical Tyrrhenian (…told by those who know better)
From Elba Island to Sardinia, from Ventotene to Favignana: our reporters take you to discover the most beautiful places for a stress-free (and “traffic”) summer cruise.
Grand Soleil – 50 of These Years
Cantiere del Pardo turns 50, a unique milestone in the boating world. We retrace as in an anthological exhibition the 41 models of their history and tell you how it was born in 1973 with three million lire lent by Gardini.
Barbara Cimmino, co-founder of Yamamay, boarded a sailboat at nine months old and preferred fish to milk in a bottle. He has been sailing in the Mediterranean for a lifetime and his slogan is “sailing is good for you” Find out why in our interview, full of useful tips for your summer cruising.
The boats – Walkaround but it’s sailing
YBreeze 75 is Cossutti’s superdaysailer (23 meters) that amazes everyone with solutions derived from powerboats. First and foremost are the high broadside, folding aft.
What else is in the August issue of the Sailing Newspaper
Also find our interview with Marco Gradoni announcing a farewell to the Olympic dream to devote himself to Luna Rossa, the trials of the month, the perfect watches for the vacations, a report on the Vela Cup in La Maddalena, and news from the world of accessories.