Environmental Activists
Sailors are probably accustomed to seeing a boat under tow —  it happens.
Sailing Connections
In 2014, still very new to sailing, I attended the Crew List Party and felt like a fish out of water. I must have looked it too — one of the Latitude 38 staff introduced me to Natasha (now Captain) Pyle. A few months later I volunteered to fill in for a last-minute crew cancelation on a delivery…
The Marine Surge?
After a few days of 100-degree weather here in the Bay Area, some of us wondered if it would ever be cool — or windy — again.
Photos of the Day
As it hit the horizon, a huge green flash struck and shot up into the sky. I let out a loud yelp. It was my first flash on my boat.
Wednesday, Sept. 11 at the Bay Model in Sausalito

Latitude 38's Fall Crew Party in Sausalito

A great way to get involved in sailing, cruising or racing.

Find a boat, find a ride, find crew for sailing on the Bay or the Baja Ha-Ha
The Fall Crew List Party is also the Baja Ha-Ha meet-up party where those doing the Ha-Ha meet other participants and potential crew.

Magazine Features: August 2019

50Th Transpac — The Biggest One Yet

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There was a lot of energy and enthusiasm behind making the 50th Transpac the biggest one yet.

Around The Next Corner In Indonesia

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The natural beauty of Raja Ampat, and Indonesia at large, is truly stunning. From east to west, Indonesia is slightly larger than the United States. (It's a five hour plane ride to Papua.)

Volunteering to Fight The Good Fight

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Although its direct-action approach to ocean conservation has often been controversial — particularly years ago in regard to Japanese whaling operations — the Sea Shepherd organization has endured since 1977, and continues to operate a variety of campaigns internationally.

Tahiti Rendez-vous

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When a fleet of ordinary sailors completes a goal as ambitious as crossing three or four thousand miles of open ocean nonstop, it's only natural that they'd want to do a bit of celebrating, right?

Max Ebb: A Shoestring Operation

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It's an old sailing instructor trick: Just when the students in knot-tying class have mastered the square knot, the instructor has everyone examine their own shoes.