ShAre Your STorM STo­rieS— en­Ter To Win!

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Who doesn’t love a good storm story? While none of us nec­es­sar­ily want to be in heavy weather and in peril, some­times it comes with the ter­ri­tory. If you’re read­ing this, you’ve sur­vived what­ever the sea has thrown at you. In this is­sue, John Rous­man­iere, author of the clas­sics “Fast­net, Force 10” and “The An­napo­lis Book of Sea­man­ship,” shares a few of his sto­ries of scary blows. We’re won­der­ing if you have a story or two to share.

Send them to us at en­gage@aim­me­ and we’ll post them on our web­site. Keep them un­der 1,000 words, in­clud­ing em­bel­lish­ments. Send pho­tos if you have them. The top three sto­ries, as de­ter­mined by our staff, win a free three-year

Yachts In­ter­na­tional mag­a­zine. En­try dead­line: July 1. Maybe you have some GoPro video of heavy weather at sea. The leg­endary writer and film­maker Alan Vil­liers, chron­i­cler of the wan­ing days of sail­ing ships, pro­duced some of the hairi­est footage ever shot, round­ing Cape Horn in storms. He hauled his cam­eras into the rig­ging while the ships he sailed bat­tled huge waves and wild winds. Your video may not be as dra­matic as his, but we’d love to have a look and share yours on our web­site. Send a video link to en­gage@aim­me­ The top three videos, as de­ter­mined by our staff, win a free

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