Sharon Green’s 2016 Ultimate Sailing Calendar Delivers New Level of ‘Fresh-to-Frightening’ Images

Ultimate Sailing Calendar 2016

“Just when you think you’ve seen it all, the round-the-world races have delivered some of the most breathtaking images of our times,” says Sharon Green, creator of The Ultimate Sailing Calendar. “I have always thought of sailing as ‘harnessed power,’ and these photos illustrate it impeccably! The world’s best sailors, in the most punishing conditions, on the edge of control … yet still holding the reins. It is pure inspiration, and Ultimate Sailing at its finest.”

Green has been producing The Ultimate Sailing Calendar since 1983, and the new 2016 editions takes her signature ‘fresh-to-frightening’ imagery to a new level. Twelve months of high gloss, high octane action are featured: a 100-foot superyacht attacks the Caribbean at full tilt; the Bay of Biscay devours an IMOCA 60; Melges 20s swarm Lake Garda; and more. Over-sized and over-the-top; the spectacular 2016 Ultimate Sailing Calendar is a ‘must’ on the holiday shopping list for sailors and adrenaline junkies alike.

The Ultimate Sailing Calendar is high quality offset printed on durable Forest Stewardship Council certified stock, with environmentally friendly Linseed and Soya oil based ink, for fade-free color and long-lasting impact. Oversized format – 24 by 18 inches when displayed – dramatically portrays two images per month, with ample notation space.

Click here to buy the Ultimate Sailing calendar.

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