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.
We’d like to wish a happy birthday to the late, great Paul Elvstrøm, who would have been 92 years old tomorrow. A dinghy sailing master, four-time Olympic gold medalist and 13-time world champion, the Danish-born Elvstrøm passed away in 2016 at the age of 88. More »
When I crossed the equator for the first time last May, I paid tribute to the ocean by pouring out a tipple of precious rum. I’d brought just one large bottle for the trip, because I’d heard that cruisers are only permitted to have a total of six liters of alcohol aboard when they arrive to French Polynesia. More »
The US Coast Guard and National Weather Service are looking for input in a survey of US maritime weather information.
The Baja Ha-Ha has two big advantages over other outstanding West Coast long-distance events such as the Pacific Cup, the Singlehanded Transpacific Race and Transpac.
The San Francisco Bay scene, San Diego sorties and Mexico or bust.
Sorry to be dramatic, but we are spoiled here in California, where we demand that the weather be perfect — not that the weather this February hasn’t been objectively perfect. Not only has spring felt like it’s sprung, but summer itself feels as if it’s in full bloom. More »
Latitude 38 is currently looking for an enthusiastic sailor to work with us full-time in our Mill Valley office as an assistant in marketing, communications and events.
A Sneak Peak at Baja Ha-Ha XXVII In the spirit of things already feeling like summer — and even fall — here in California, we thought we’d take a quick look at Baja Ha-Ha XXVII (that’s 27 for those of you who don’t speak Roman.) More »
Cruiser and Latitude 38 contributor Louis Kruk checked in from Panama with a report and photos from the Bocas del Toro Regatta, hosted by Bocas Marina on February 15.
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