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Power & Motoryacht Magazine
July 2002 issue • Click here for June 2002

COVER STORY
Savvy Traveler
PMY Exclusive: Sea Ray packs a lot of living space into an agile 39-foot cruiser. By Capt. Bill PikePhotography by Jim Raycroft 

Lead Line
Speculation and Rumor

FYI
Who Left the Dog Out?, Still on Guard, and more

Spectator
Fexas takes issue with the look of large catamarans

Maintenance Q & A
What causes detonation, diagnosing debris in oil, and more

Electronics
Ever heard of satellite radio? You will soon.

Cruising
Mystic, Connecticut

Single Identity By Richard Thiel
Tiara introduces a 50-footer for cruisers who want to fish and anglers who want to cruise.

Delayed Gratification By Tim Clark
Sailboat builder Santa Cruz unveils a retro cruiser that owes as much to the present as to the past.

Express Checkout By George L. Petrie
The Four Winns 378 Vista is one express cruiser that's really earned the title express.

SPECIAL PASSAGEMAKING SECTION:
Different Song, Different Verse By Diane M. Byrne
How a lifelong lover of the sea commissioned a 94-foot yacht from Trinity for one reason: to follow whales.

Pulling Out the Stops By Tim Clark
A writer rediscovers the allure of passagemaking on the Mediterranean leg of an around-the-world cruise.

Looking Ahead By Ben Ellison
Can forward-looking sonar be as valuable to passagemakers as it is to fishermen?

A Matter of Life and Death By Capt. Ken Kreisler
Having this critical piece of equipment aboard could save someone's life--maybe yours.

Picnic Passage By Capt. Bill Pike
How a combination boat test and romantic cruise went awry.

This article originally appeared in the June 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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