ES­SAYS FROM THE EDGE

Sailing World - - Contents - By Sara Has­tre­iter

FLY­ING CIR­CUS

Aus­tralia’s new Su­per­foiler Grand Prix makes for great en­ter­tain­ment when the rac­ing is fast and loose. By Nathan Out­teridge Pho­tos by An­drea Fran­col­ini

FEET FIRST

In ice­boat­ing, there’s a first time for ev­ery­thing, es­pe­cially when the weather mark is com­ing fast. By Peter Mcgowan Pho­tos by Gretchen Do­rian

A RE­LENT­LESS PACE

Rip­ping around and through Caribbean is­lands at 30 knots sounds like fun. And it is.

POWER IN THE POND

A thrill-seek­ing Sun­fish cap­tain braves the rapids of a breached Nan­tucket pond. By Nathaniel Philbrick

OUT­LAW IN THE EVER­GLADES

The 300-mile Ever­glades Chal­lenge is much more than a race. It’s an es­cape. By Joachim Roesler

SLED HEADS

Th­ese sailors take their com­pe­ti­tion deep into the off­sea­son, where blades of steel, cus­tom decks and wind­surf­ing rigs are all the equip­ment they need. By Dave Reed Pho­tos by Tuukka Luukko­nen

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