Sailing to the Mark 2020 Wall Calendar

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How to sail faster than your competitors? How to round the mark first and find a breeze to keep you ahead? On salt water and fresh all around America, sailors are planning strategies to overcome the limits of their waterlines and finesse the right of way to tack ahead of the competition. Andrew Sims and JH Peterson capture the excitement of competitive sailing around the world and bring great races together in Sailing to the Mark 2020.

• Large blocks for notes

• Reproduced on quality, 100-pound paper

• Calendar measures 13 ¾ by 10 ½ inches closed and13 ¾ by 21 inches open

Boats and locations pictured in this edition include:

• C&C 30s Stark Raving Mad and Themis exchange close tacks at Key West (Florida) Race Week

• Sailors in the 49erFX-class enjoy a tightly-packed start at the Miami (Florida) World Cup Series

• Lightwave leads the fleet of J/105s down San Francisco Bay during the Rolex Big Boat Series

• VXOnes find the best line to the windward mark after a tight start at Charleston (South Carolina) Race Week

• Team SCA leads the fleet at the start of the Newport (Rhode Island) -to Lisbon-leg of the Volvo Ocean Race

• J105s converge on the weather mark at Storm Trysail Club's Block Island (New York) Race Week

• The Beneteau 36.7 Go Dog Go crosses smartly in front of Scapa during a Portland (Maine) Yacht Club evening race

• Classic lines of the International One Design are evident as they race upwind off Northeast Harbor, Maine

• The ORR C class competitors beat upwind toward the Golden Gate in a stiff afternoon breeze at the Rolex Big Boat Series in San Francisco

• Savasana leads the J/70 fleet around the weather mark in racing on the Cooper River off Charleston, South Carolina

• A pair of Sonars match tacks while the J/24 fleet heads downwind at a Wayzata (Minnesota) Yacht Club Thursday night race   

• DN-class iceboats take advantage of some great early-winter conditions in the Upper Midwest 






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