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Soundings April 2019

Soundings is the news and feature publication for recreational boaters. Award-winning coverage of the people, issues, events -- and the fun -- of recreational boating. Check out our generous boats-for-sale section and our gunkholing destinations.

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soundings

EDITORIAL EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JEANNE CRAIG EXECUTIVE EDITOR PIM VAN HEMMEN ART DIRECTOR BRIANA SMITH SENIOR EDITOR GARY REICH WEB ADMINISTRATOR MARY LOU COOKE CONTRIBUTING EDITOR KIM KAVIN CONTRIBUTING WRITERS STEVE KNAUTH, PAT MUNDUS, DANIEL PARROTT, CHARLES PLUEDDEMAN, TOM ZYDLER EDITOR-AT-LARGE WILLIAM SISSON SALES & MARKETING PUBLISHER/REAL ESTATE ADVERTISING PAUL SMITH 860-767-3200 x 292 CELL: 914-467-8729; psmith@aimmedia.com NATIONAL ACCOUNT MANAGER KAREN BAFFA 860-767-3200 x 244 CELL: 203-856-1974; kbaffa@aimmedia.com MARKETPLACE/CLASSIFIEDS CATHY BREEN 203-994-4640 cbreen@aimmedia.com, snd_classifieds@aimmedia.com MARINE GROUP PRESIDENT GARY DE SANCTIS VP, MARKETING AND EVENTS JULIE JARVIE VP, EDITORIAL DIRECTOR WILLIAM SISSON VP, DIGITAL DEVELOPMENT ERIC DALLIN BUSINESS MANAGER MARINE GROUP KELLY BAUMGARDNER PRODUCTION MANAGER SUNITA PATEL EVENT CONTENT MANAGER PETER SWANSON PRODUCTION COORDINATORS AMY PINTO, CHRIS CIRILLI, JENNIFER WILLIAMS TRAFFIC COORDINATOR SARA CARPENTER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CONSUMER MARKETING DANA RAVEN CIRCULATION, FULFILLMENT MANAGER CERISSE CARPENTER IT SUPPORT COLLIN DEHNERT PRESIDENT & CEO ANDREW W. CLURMAN CFO & COO MICHAEL HENRY CHIEF INNOVATION OFFICER JONATHAN DORN VP, AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT TOM MASTERSON VP, CONTROLLER DEVON HOPKINS VP, IT NELSON SAENZ VP, PEOPLE…

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think big

Spring is here, which means it’s time for my annual bout of wanderlust. As the weather warms, I get antsy to cast off lines and cruise somewhere off the grid. But if commitments at home or work make it difficult to put a solid travel plan into action, I find pleasure living vicariously through the saltwater adventures of others. Romy Olaisen is one person who inspires me. She recently told me about the incredible journey she took with her husband, Keith, last year aboard their 47-foot Nordhavn, Roam. They left their home in Vero Beach, Florida, last spring and did the passage to Bermuda. Then, they crossed back over the Atlantic to make their way up the East Coast, where they traveled through New England and eventually up into Canada. “Aside…

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contributors

MARIO VITTTONE A retired USCG helicopter swimmer, the Lifelines author is a leading expert on survival and safety at sea. He is a recipient of the Alex Haley Award for Journalism. CAPT. PAT MUNDUS Our Seamanship columnist, who lives in Montauk, New York, was an oil tanker deck officer and has run ships throughout North America and the Middle East. MICHAEL CEVOLI A commercial and documentary photographer based in southern New England, Mike exhibits internationally. His work illustrates our story on Hinckley Yachts. KIM KAVIN The New Jersey native has been writing about boats and yachts since 2000. Her news stories are featured in the Dispatches and Focus sections in this issue.…

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off the grid

While shooting images around Chesapeake Bay for his first book, Working the Water, Annapolis-based photographer Jay Fleming developed a deep fascination with Tangier and Smith islands, and the people who live and work there. Smith and Tangier are two of the last inhabited islands on the bay. Primarily accessible by private boat or commercial ferry, the islands are less than 20 miles from the mainland, and yet far off the grid. The inhabitants—who travel by boat and golf cart, rather than car—are isolated in a way most people can’t understand, Fleming says. “That’s what makes the place and the people so unique,” he says. “That isolation has shaped the way they live, and to me, there is something really special about that.” His curiosity piqued, Fleming began compiling photos for his second…

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fresh fish

Hard-core anglers, take note: Viking Yachts, the New Jersey builder of sportfishing convertibles and motoryachts from 37 to 93 feet, has announced a new brand of luxury center consoles called Valhalla Boatworks. The builder will produce the high-performance, outboard-powered open boats at its Mullica, New Jersey, factory. Debut models are expected to include 33-, 37- and 41-foot iterations with deep-V, twin-step hulls by Michael Peters Yacht Design. According to Viking, the stepped-V ventilated tunnel running surface will reduce drag while increasing speed, stability and efficiency. “The twin steps and tunnel not only give you fast and efficient performance, but also precise handling and a very stable ride,” says Viking Design Manager David Wilson. The project’s origins go back 17 years, according to Chris Landry, director of communications. “This is when our design…

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boats, beaches and baguettes

Francophiles and sailors, rejoice. The Moorings celebrates its 50th anniversary with plans to open a base in Martinique for the 2019 winter season. This is good news for those who like to combine their cruising with all things French. Located in the heart of the Lesser Antilles’ Windward Islands between Dominica and St. Lucia, the volcanic-formed mountainous island of Martinique is a mecca for French-Caribbean culture, maritime history and sailing. Martinique has safe anchorages, steady trade winds, hiking trails and snorkeling spots. The Moorings base at La Marina du Marin will feature Beneteau monohulls, sailing catamarans and its flagship 514 Power Catamaran. The new location is so loaded with facilities you may never leave the dock. It features a supermarket, bakery, laundry, post office, tobacco shop, currency exchange office, medical center,…

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