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Articles and Magazine Work

In October 2006 (and again in October 2007), Stacey was one of Cruising World magazine's four judges in their Boat of the Year competition. She spent 11 days in Annapolis, MD, at the US Sailboat Show. It was a grueling and thrilling experience, with four days of dockside inspections at the show and four days of test sailing on the Chesapeake. She met some wonderful people and sailed some great (and some not-so-great) boats. Some photos of the process can be seen on Cruising World's site.

Here is a sampling of Stacey's recently published work:

2008-

*** Boating Writers International announces awards! Stacey wins 1st place for "A Rocket Takes Flight a Ways Down East" and honorable mention for "Treasures of the Spanish Main"!

CRUISING WORLD  (January) "CW Sailboat Show" with articles and reviews from the Boat-Of-The-Year Competition. pp 76-103 Stacey has short reviews of the Morris 45. Grand Soleil 40, and Dean 441.

CRUISING WORLD  (May) "Morris 45: fast and Luxurious" p. 98. Also "People and Food" p. 52

CRUISING WORLD  (June) "The Liveaboard Kid" part one of a two-part series in Cruising Connections, p. 36.

CRUISING WORLD  (July) "The Liveaboard Kid" part two of a two-part series in Cruising Connections, p. 38.

CRUISING WORLD WEBSITE Zora's Onboard Safety Rules, supplement to The Liveaboard Kid.

CRUISING WORLD  (August) Lion's Whelp, Yachtstyle

2007-

CRUISING WORLD (January) "Treasures of the Spanish Main" Venezuelan islands, p. 48; also "Special Section 2007 Sailboat Show" with articles and reviews from the Boat-Of-The-Year Competition. Stacey's on the cover, sailing the Passport Vista 515.

CRUISING WORLD (April) "A Rocket Takes Flight A Ways Down East", Yacht Style: Baraka, a union of Maine craftsmanship and cutting edge technology. p. 76; also review Hunter 45 CC: Home on the Water

CRUISING WORLD (May) Mariner 39: Well-Found and Family-Friendly

BLUE WATER SAILING (April) "Gold At The End Of The Rainbow" Spanish Virgin Islands p.36

2006-

CRUISING WORLD (March) "Sailing The Caribbean, Cruising for Dinner" Fishing techniques for trolling from a sailboat, p. 60

SAIL (April) "Voice of Experience" column about losing our engine off Columbia, p. 42

SAIL (June) "Anchoring" -using a bridle, p. 32

POINTS EAST (August) "Zora's Story: You don't need to be rich or brave to spend two years cruising, but being a little bit crazy helps." p. 42

2005-

SAIL  (Nov) "Anchoring" -two-anchor Bahamian moor, p. 34