GPS Spoofing
Back in June we ran a couple of stories about GPS 'spoofing'  — a series of incidents in which AIS was showing boats circling off of Pt. Reyes, while the vessels themselves were actually hundreds of miles away.
Hobie 16 North American Champ
This is a profile of a young man who found all of this before he was even 10 years old. Ben Brown took his first ride on a Hobie 20 with his grandfather.
Berkeley Marina
Magazine Features: August 2020

Destination: Channel Islands

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The Channel Islands are just 20 miles off the coast of Southern California, but offer all you could ever ask for in a cruising area.

Just Sailing

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Though there is less racing, there is plenty of 'just sailing', as summer weekends have filled the Bay with mariners escaping life ashore.

Hobie Cat Champ Ben Brown

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Many of us have either fallen into or carefully sought out a fleet of racing boats that has those magic ingredients: fun boating experience, talented fleet members, competitive on-course racing, and off-the-water camaraderie.

Singlehanded Farallones Race – You Cant Get There From Here

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In the age of pandemics and shelter-in-place lockdowns, a minor miracle happened. There was an organized official race around the Farallones.

Max Ebb: Mind the Gap

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Without accurate readouts for wind angles, wind and water speed, and computed values for true wind and VMG, he was lost.

Racing Sheet

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We visit Lake Tahoe north and south. We check in with beer can races from South Lake Tahoe Windjammers, Corinthian, Oakland and Encinal YCs. The Pacific Cup goes virtual, the SSS plans to Round the Rocks, and the US Sailing Team Men's 49er sailors train in Santa Cruz.