When the schooners expected for the America’s Schooner Cup cross the startline, they will represent centuries of sea time and a living snapshot of the West Coast’s sailing heritage.
On Saturday, February 23, Richmond Yacht Club is inviting anyone interested in trying out sailing on small boats to their well-rehearsed Sail a Small Boat Day. This successful format has introduced thousands of non-sailors to sailing the Bay. We should mention — it's free.
Is your fondest dream to sail the seven seas in a life of adventure and exploration? To demolish the competition on the race course, freeing the fierce warrior within?
Jeanne Socrates Is Out of Africa About two weeks ago (on February 4), we got an email from Jeanne Socrates. “Officially now in the Eastern Hemisphere! Soon to be in Indian Ocean — hoping to round Cape Agulhas (and, by default, Cape of Good Hope) in just over a week’s time.” More »
This winter has been pretty wet and wild. The forecast for the Corinthian Midwinters on February 16-17 was a little shaky. Right during the 13-division starting sequence on Saturday, a squall burst through the starting area.
Started by the California Division of Boating and Waterways in 1999, the Dockwalker Program encourages people to get trained as certified partners who “inspire and educate boaters to be safe and environmentally sound. More »
It was the Multi70 Maserati in a duel against the MOD70 Argo. The two combatants ripped up the islands tour, hitting speeds of 30 knots. Maserati led at Guadeloupe by 12 miles.
Come to Latitude 38's Spring Crew List Party, Thursday, March 7, 6-9 p.m. at Golden Gate Yacht Club in San Francisco.
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