Skip to content

SUPPORT US

Sailing is awesome.

For more than 40 years Latitude 38 has covered the world of sailing through the eyes of the West Coast sailor. We’ve provided sailors the connections, stories and inspiration from our sailing community, and kept you informed by reporting the good news and bad news, insights, entertainment, fun activities and antics from sailors near and far.

As we adapt to shifting winds we're asking for your financial support. If you have the ability, enjoy sailing and the work of Latitude 38,  your contributions will help and be appreciated.

There are several ways you can help by contributing, please see the options below:

Yes, I'd like to support Latitude 38 with a contribution: 

More ways to support Latitude 38:

Subscribe

Have Latitude 38 delivered to your home:  Subscribe for yourself or as a gift to a friend.

Advertise:

We love our advertisers. You can help by patronizing the advertisers in Latitude 38 or become one of them! Click here to see the advertisers to supporting our current edition or to become an advertiser email [email protected].

Shop:

Buy or Gift a T-shirt or Cap

Redt-shirt
Visit the Latitude 38 store.
© 2020 Latitude 38 Media LLC /

Send Your Story:

Whether sailing the Bay, cruising the Channel Islands or Mexico or circumnavigating the globe, if you are a West Coast sailor, our readers would appreciate hearing your story. Editorial contributions are welcome for your comments in Letters to the Editor or Sightings, Changes, Features and 'Lectronic Latitude. You can read our Writer's Guidelines here or just email you story and photos to [email protected].

Send Your Best Shot to Sailagram:

Email your sailing photos to: [email protected].

 

IMG_6817 IMG_6794 IMG_6797 IMG_6775 IMG_6760 IMG_6788

Suggestions:

Got a suggestion on what we can do better? We love ideas to help improve our offerings, especially from folks who have the skills and/or ability to help us find the solution. We're constantly working to improve our website, magazine, crew list, events, distribution and all other aspects of serving our West Coast sailing audience. If you have a thought regarding what we can do better you can contribute it here.

See you on the water.

Subscribe to Latitude 38. Delivered to your door every month.

'Lectronic Latitude

Soanya Ahmad Jumps Ship

When Reid Stowe and Soanya Ahmad left Hoboken, New Jersey, on April 21, 2007, their plan was to sail Stowe’s 70-ft schooner Anne out of sight of land for 1,000 days non-stop. Stowe, 56, had been dreaming of the voyage for many years and dubbed it the Mars Ocean Odyssey, referring to the time it…

Cheyenne at Nelson’s

Swingin’ cat – Cheyenne in the slings at Nelsons. © 2008 Mark Featherstone The late Steve Fosset’s 125-ft catamaran Cheyenne is on the hard at Nelson’s to assess damage reportedly caused by an exploded liferaft canister. There’s been no word yet as to the extent of the damage. Most recently, she was converted to a…

“Hey Mon, You on Fire!!!”

Prior to starting the Baja Ha-Ha in ’94, we used to pass out the famous salmon-colored ‘Some Like It Hot!’ shirts to every skipper who sailed from California to Cabo San Lucas. We still give the shirts out to every skipper who does the Ha-Ha, but that’s beside the point of this story. Last night…

IYC’s Sadie Hawkins Race is a Go

If you think the threat of a little rain is going to stop the hardy ladies signed up for this Saturday’s Sadie Hawkins Race on the Estuary, think again, buster. Joanne McFee wants everyone to know that, come rain or shine, the race will happen and she’d like to see even more boats sign up…

Richmond II Overdue in Cabo

International Boat Watch Network is asking for help in tracking down Ralph "Jeff" Peak, 59, aboard the 32-ft woodie Richmond II. The double-ender, built in 1934, is a flush deck cutter with a cream hull and white sails. Peak was reported to have left Puerto Salina — just north of Ensenada — around February 1,…