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Sailagram: A Snapshot of December Sailing

By Nicki Bennett | January 3, 2022 |
Sailagram

December marked 12 months for the Sailagram feed we introduced in January of 2021. As we head into a new year of sailing, please keep sending us your photos!

Funding for Young Women Sailors
The applicants identify the opportunity of their choosing and programs may include, but are not limited to, an advanced sailing program, a racing program, a tall ship or live-aboard experience, and a marine or maritime-related program.
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Magazine Features: January 2022

Season Champions Part Two

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We took a little break from our Season Champions series of features to spend two weeks sailing down the coast in the Baja Ha-Ha. This month we pick up where we left off in our November issue.

Boat of the Month: Millimeter

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The Millimeter is a one-design, one-person, single-hull racing yacht, related to the Mini-12 and the slightly longer International 2.4mR. She is a Bay Area legend, with an origin story circa 1982, when Sven Svendsen imported a 12-ft boat from Germany and put it on display at a boat show just south of San Francisco.

Clear the Decks, Batten the Hatches!

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Fall 2021's first big storm on October 24 was a major weather event — an "atmospheric river combined with a bomb cyclone." The unpredicted hurricane-force winds were so strong that most rescue teams could not go out during the storm itself.

Max Ebb: The Sextant and the Apocalypse

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Just duct tape your phone to the telescope mount of your sextant, line it up carefully, and you're good to go.

Racing Sheet

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In this first 'Sheet of 2022, we report on the Melges 20 Worlds, Kennedy Cup, the inaugural Wosser Trophy winners, the J/70 Youth Nationals and the Youth Worlds.

World of Charter

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After cruising in Greece's Cyclades Islands in 2019, Bay Area-sailor Steve Wallach turned his sights to Italy's Aeolian Islands, a volcanic archipelago north of Sicily.
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