This year's Aspen Open Regatta did not disappoint!

  We sailed the Pulse 600 all weekend on a windy mountain lake, it performed very well… a real adrenaline generator and no knockdowns. Can’t say that about the J22s, or the U20’s. On the Pulse 600 going upwind, the high volume leeward float never looked like it would bury itself or create excessive drag. Gusts up to 41 knots, often steady at 20-25, if you call that steady. Below is a shot of a top team on their J22, with my friend Ralph swimming behind the boat. What’s that? Is it an airplane?... Read More »
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Team Trapout on their Corsair F-27 CHAOS Racing with BAMA

We found this gem of a video of Travis Thompson, Jason Smith and Paul Thurman racing in the last BAMA event of 2011 in the Berkeley Circle! This is the start of race #2 and 35 or so minutes after filmed with a GoPRO HD Hero Cam. Watch it here: Have you visited our social gallery? Check out our Pinterest and Instagram feeds! View Gallery here >> Video posted by: TrapoutSailing, Oct 23, 2011 Read More »
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"Laid Back" tour of the Corsair Sprint 750 Mk II

Watch this video posted by abkvideo! Awesome voiceover, and the video is great if you are looking for an overview of the Corsair Sprint 750 Mk II trimaran. One of out very own dealers, Steve Marsh is featured in the video and says,"This boat has 40% more buoyancy forward compared to other [trimarans], and they really take off. She's a really super fun, fast boat!" Are you interested in going for a test sail on one of our Corsair trimarans? Schedule a Demo Sail today! >> Read More »
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Cruising Through Cruising Guides - Part 1

Lately, I have been searching through various cruising blogs and websites and have come up with quite the collection of great resources for planning my next sailing adventure! I will try to add on to the “Cruising Through Cruising Guides” series over time to offer you with the best (in my mind) resources for planning a sailing trip. I will start my recommendations for planning sailing trips with The Online Cruising Guide. This is a unique website in the way you navigate to explore different... Read More »
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Multihulls vs. Monohulls: Advantages

Ever wonder what the advantages of a multihull sailboat are over a monohull sailboat? As a beginning sailor myself, I have! I ran across this awesome article from West Coast Multihulls (San Diego, California, USA) that explains the advantages a multihull sailboat provides in relation to Level of Sailing, Speed/Sailing Performance, Safety/Unsinkability, Flipping Over, Motoring Performance/Maneuverability, Crew/Living Space, and Shallow Draft/Beachability. I hope you enjoy! MULTIHULL VS MONOHULL:... Read More »
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Great sailing school for all levels of sailors!

As a new sailor myself, I am always looking for great online resources for learning how to sail, specifically multihull sailboats. I ran across West Coast Multihulls website and it turns out the offer a great a great Sailing School! Their classes range from on-the-water, to in the classroom and home study courses, to introductory sailing cruises. Located in San Diego, California, West Coast Multihulls provides the most intensive sailing classes around, and I recommend them for any level of... Read More »
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