This event is open to everyone, sailors and non-sailors, young and old. Thinking about buying your own boat? Start small.
Way back in November, sailor-turned-ocean-rower Lia Ditton wrote about her 24-day, 700-nautical-mile row from Oregon to California right here on ‘Lectronic Latitude. Once Bay Area-based, Ditton has been training for more than three years to row from Japan to San Francisco — a distance of 5,500 nautical miles. More »
Learn essential skills from professional instructors while also enjoying an escape that only the cruising life can deliver.
Dennis Maggard sails from the South Bay to anchor in Aquatic Park and attend the Sea Chantey sing at the San Francisco National Maritime Museum.
The Pac Cup routinely caters to a wide range of sailing yachts with crews from diverse backgrounds — from tiny doublehanders to mega-yachts and from adventurous families to well-tuned racing syndicates.
After speaking with Mitchell Andrus of the Berkeley-based Kelly Peterson 46 Esprit yesterday, we were informed that there are a few spots left for a ride to next week’s Spring Crew Party at Golden Gate Yacht Club. More »
After doing the Pacific Puddle Jump last year, Elana Connor wanted to share what she — and other first-time jumpers — had learned in 2019 while sailing across the remote and dreamy South Pacific. More »
Workaholics Adrift is a travel memoir that follows a corporate workaholic who discovers her humanity via extended travel.
This position focuses on day-to-day customer communication, scheduling, invoicing, data entry, account receivables and general office admin projects.
A race that has surged to international prominence in just over a decade, RORC’s Caribbean 600 is now one of the most popular events on the Caribbean circuit.
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