This past weekend in the light conditions of the Lorin Weiss regatta; we were sailing Patches with a loose rig and lots of jibstay sag. We had no tension on the lowers, we had them set so when sailing upwind with the sails trimmed and sighting up the mast we had about a 1/2 column […]
Walter Johnson • February 7, 2017 in Blog
Who do you admire and who do you hang out with the most! Are they the same, or do you admire pearls but find yourself with barnacles? Sailing begins and ends with people, as without participants you don’t have a regatta and at a regatta, you have a choice and opportunity to hang with those […]
Walter Johnson • February 7, 2017 in The Mooring Minute
So let’s talk about what it takes to, decide, negotiate, purchase, deliver and maintain your next dreamboat. First, buying a boat is fulfilling a dream, making a decision to cast of the bowline and explore the world.
Walter Johnson • February 3, 2017 in Nautical Library
The Three Keys to success are Knowledge, Strategy and Execution! Master these and you can master anything as long as there is enough velocity to make your activity worth while. In sailing, you can be the best in the world but if there is no wind, you can’t showcase what you know; your plan for […]
Walter Johnson • January 24, 2017 in The Mooring Minute
The new Hatteras 90 Motor Yacht is getting closer to completion…. Here are the latest pictures of it on the line at the factory in New Bern.
Walter Johnson • January 22, 2017 in Uncategorized
http://www.harbor20.org/ is the home of the Harbor 20 Fleet and as current local A Fleet sailor, Walter Johnson will be providing his insight into the class, the boats and how to sail them to win. The Harbor 20 is a fantastic and highly responsive boat that has quickly become the preferred day sailor in harbors world […]
Walter Johnson • January 7, 2017 in Uncategorized