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When will there be a critical mass of new wind-assist and/or alternative-fuel ships that shift economies and the scales of production in a meaningful way to offer efficient and lower-cost alternatives?
Naos Yachts is expanding and opening a new office in the San Francisco Bay Area at the Maritime Center, West Cutting Boulevard, Point Richmond.
David Crosby’s passing has stirred up many musical memories, so we decided to use this opportunity to curate a sailing playlist based on the favorite songs of our favorite sailors — you!
With another sunny Saturday ahead we launch a few more photos from last weekend.
The details are sparse, but it appears that ‘Unicorn,’ with perhaps only one soul aboard, has encountered problems at sea and is by now possibly disabled and adrift.