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Magazine Features: March 2019

The Perfect Sailing Life

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We first met Eric Loss and Shanley McEntee last year in Sausalito. The husband and wife are, respectively, the chief skipper and first mate of Sea Dragon, a 72-ft, steel vessel run by Pangaea Exploration.

RegattaPro Winter One Design

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The RegattaPRO Winter One Series started in 2002 as a one one-design series for the Bay Area Farr 40 fleet. They wanted to keep their chops up during the 'off' season.

David Liebenberg Profile

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Olympic hopeful David Liebengerg, now 27, starting racing aboard his parents' Express 27 Friday at the tender age of 2. By age 3 had became a regular on the crew, but he had to wait until he was 7 to join the Richmond YC Junior Program.

Sea Plasma

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The navigator lived intimately with the esoteric at one of Earth's outposts. His father was a paluelap, a grandmaster navigator who, holding him in tide pools and gentle surf, let the pulse of the Pacific first frighten then awe then osmose his baby son who would become a palu at age 20.

Max Ebb: Cavitation 101

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Southern California waters are a welcome change from the rainy season in San Francisco Bay: The seabreeze is warm and the palm trees seem to belong.

World of Chartering

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Based on the number of trips he's taken in the past 20 years, it's obvious that Bay Area sailor Art Hartinger is completely addicted to yacht charter vacationing.