1999 (#4) Jan/Feb
Issue #4, January/February 1999.
This issue introduces our Cruising Memories feature. Reese Palley writes about surviving Hurricane Georges. The in-depth technical feature focuses on water and fuel tanks and what to do when they need to be repaired or replaced. Ted Brewer discusses flag etiquette. Ken Textor introduces his Small Boat Journal column with a great piece on dinghies. Sven Donaldson features a couple who sail and love the Blackwatch 19, a great little cruiser by Texan Dave Autry. Wintering aboard (in Canada!) is discussed by Larry DeMers, who interviews a couple of year-round liveaboards, and Geoff Parkins interviews Don Moyer of Moyer Marine. Dan Smith profiles the Allied Boat Company’s rise and fall. And Karen Larson discusses life (yes, it’s possible) aboard without an icebox or refrigerator.
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