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Plan Ahead for South Pacific Cyclone Season
Since the early days of global COVID restrictions, the Ocean Cruising Club (OCC) has been appealing to Australian (AUS) and New Zealand (NZ) authorities to secure safe harbors for cruisers during the South Pacific's 2020/21 cyclone season.
The Long Slow Road
Assembly Bill 2809 is being called a "first step" in reforming the BCDC, which has "consistently struggled to perform key responsibilities related to enforcement and has therefore allowed ongoing harm to the Bay,”
A Paw-footed Crew Heads Offshore
Who said cats can't be crew? Ships' mate Ollie, the Bengal cat, is sailing in the BAMA COVID Cup Challenge aboard a Corsair 760 trimaran.
Berkeley Marina
Magazine Features: September 2020

A Well-Earned Celebration — Tahiti-Moorea Rendez-Vous

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There's no denying that white-sand beaches, brilliant turquoise anchorages and towering volcanic peaks are awe-inspiring to international cruisers.

From St. Francis Perpetual Regatta To Rolex Big Boat Series

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Due to the ongoing global pandemic, the 2020 Rolex Big Boat Series hosted by St. Francis Yacht Club in San Francisco, California, has been canceled.

Washington To San Francisco — and Vice Versa

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In the buying and selling of yachts, it always seems as though the right boat is in the wrong place.

Santa Cruz 27–Boat of The Month

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Way back in October 1983, Latitude 38 did a Boat of the Month story on the already well-established Santa Cruz 27. Now, 37 years later, we decided that it was time for an update.

Donald M. Goring — Sailmaker For 55 Years

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As a sailmaker, despite learning all the traditional 'old-school' techniques of handwork, Donald Goring was always avant-garde and trying new things to make boats go faster. 

Max Ebb — In Pursuit

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"This makes no sense at all," I mumbled as I reread the notice from the County Health Department for the 10th time.