Except for some wartime restrictions, U.S. yachtsmen will steer their usual course this summernot only for their own pleasure but for the convenience of the Coast Guard in case a mosquito fleet is needed during an emergency.* Some restrictions:
> There will be no coastwise racing on the Atlantic or Pacific.
> New London and Los Angeles harbors are closed to pleasure boats.
> Yachtsmen must carry identification cards; take along no cameras, firearms or enemy aliens.
What will happen to pleasure motorboating if gas rationing becomes more stringent is anyone's guess. But for windjammers...