The Tall-Ship Circuit
Krista Swedberg caught the sailing bug early. Starting out as a little girl aboard her parents’ Santa Cruz-based Islander 40, she remembers trips every summer south to Monterey and north into the Delta.
The Call of the Sea
The annual West Coast Mexico migration covered in the pages and pixels of Latitude 38 has been on people’s sailing calendar for decades or even a lifetime.
One-Design Regatta in Miami
Although the California climate offers plenty of opportunities for winter sailing, many West Coast cruisers flee south to the warmer environs of Mexico and beyond. Another option is to head east.
Magazine Features: December 2019

Baja Ha-Ha XXVI

"These are the golden years" might as well have been the theme for the 26th annual Baja Ha-Ha — sponsored by the fine people at Latitude 38.

Where’d Windsurfing Go?

On July 3, 2008, the wind came out of nowhere. I drove down to Hs Lordships in Berkeley Marina to have a look, and was about to call it a day when the breeze turned on in a big way.

Season Champs Part 2

Wealth in this context comes in numbers, but not dollars. Despite the title of this feature, most if not all of the boats profiled in this issue don't cost a lot to purchase, berth or operate.

The Overton Family

In the lifestyle and sport of sailing, racing and cruising are not always equal partners, but the Overtons have fully embraced both in their life on the water.

Max Ebb: Lubber Lit

"The books on the coffee table might hold some clues," I thought to myself as I studied the offerings left out for guest entertainment.

Racing Sheet

Featuring the Great Pumpkin Regatta, the YRA closes their season, SDYC's Lipton Cup, DRYC's Halloween Regatta, the Amazing Grace Cheney Cup, Seaweed Soup, Berkeley Midwinters, and El Toros.