The 30-Year Club
This month's World Famous Latitude 38 Caption Contest(!).
A Look at the Old Before a Rush of New
68A Battle Worthy of a Postcard
California's sailing heritage was on display Saturday, March 30, as historic vessels battled in the 31st annual running of the America's Schooner Cup race on a postcard-perfect day in San Diego.
74We Wood if We Could
Is it fair to assume that, at some level, every sailor loves wooden boats?
78A Sailor's Heritage
The sailor's sailor, Luc McSweeney Maheu has boats in his blood. It's his work, but also, his passion.
84 A 'Traditional Education'
For decades, tall ships have served as platforms to educate young people. The model of sail training was pioneered in the 1950s by Irving Johnson, who took young men and women out to sea.
88Max Ebb: Boat for Adventure
Kids can have just as much fun — maybe more — with an old boat.
92The Racing Sheet
Hordes of Europeans and Antipodeans invaded California this April, seeking to take championships from American match racers. Euro stars succeeded, first in Long Beach, then San Francisco.
106Changes in Latitudes
A West Coast Boat Down East