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43 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Point of SAIL: J/Boats Inc. President Jeff Johnstone
In this episode of Point of SAIL, sponsored by West System Epoxy, Principal Editor Adam Cort talks with Jeff Johnstone, president of J/Boats Inc., the company that has brought the world such iconic designs as the J/24, the J/105 and the J/22, to name a few. In their conversation, Adam and Jeff discuss everything from the story of the company’s founding to the thought processes that have gone into everything from the development of the J/105’s trend-setting retractable bowsprit to the creation of the company’s two latest designs, the J/9 daysailer and J/45 performance-cruiser.
44 minutes | Apr 13, 2021
Point of SAIL: Mary Crowley of the Ocean Voyages Institute
In this episode of Point of SAIL, Principal Editor Adam Cort talks with Mary Crowley, founder and executive director of the Ocean Voyages Institute, a not-for-profit based in California that has been both educating sailors and working to preserve the health of the world’s ocean for over 40 years. Most recently, the group has launched an innovative new effort that has resulted in the removal of literally tons of plastic waste out of the Pacific, employing a combination of sail-powered vessels and GPS trackers.
33 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
SAIL Podcast: Solo Proa Sailor Ryan Finn
In the latest installment of SAIL magazine’s “Point of SAIL” podcast, Principal Editor, Adam Cort, talks to Ryan Finn, a solo-sailor hoping to re-create the Cape Horn clipper route aboard a 36ft proa.
39 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
Point of SAIL: America’s Cup “Flight Controller” Andrew Campbell
In this episode of Point of SAIL, Principal Editor Adam Cort talks with Andrew Campbell, the “flight controller” for the New York Yacht Club’s American Magic challenge in the 36th America’s Cup down in Auckland New Zealand. In their conversation, they discuss everything from what it takes to get an AC75 full-foiling monohull airborne to the way Campbell’s experience as an Olympian in the Laser class prepared him for this exciting new kind of sailing. For more SAIL magazine coverage of America’s Cups past and present, click here.
45 minutes | Nov 20, 2020
Point of SAIL: Jimmy Cornell’s Carbon-free Circumnav
Famed author and bluewater voyage Jimmy Cornel has set out on yet another circumnav, this time aboard a catamaran that will burn absolutely no fuel. Cornell recently discussed the voyage as part of SAIL’s new “Point of SAIL” podcast series.
36 minutes | Oct 2, 2020
Point of SAIL: Ayme Sinclair on US Sailing and Diversity
In this episode of Point of SAIL, Principal Editor Adam Cort talks with Ayme Sinclair, host of US Sailing’s recent online panel discussion on diversity, equity and inclusion in sailing.
43 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
Point of SAIL: Rich du Moulin and the Role of Leadership in Safety at Sea
In the second episode of Point of SAIL, the SAIL magazine podcast, Principal Editor Adam Cort talks with renowned yachtsman and Navy veteran Rich du Moulin about the role of leadership in safety at sea
50 minutes | Sep 11, 2020
Point of SAIL: Solo-circumnavigator Jerome Rand
In the first episode of Point of SAIL, the SAIL magazine podcast, Principal Editor Adam Cort talks with circumnavigator Jerome Rand about his adventures, past and future.
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