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Global climate change has been a hot topic for several years but with the skyrocketing costs of fuel in the U.S.,
Funny, Arjan and Jim both look normal. latitude/Richard
© Latitude 38 Media, LLC The two men in the photo above — Arjan Bok of San Francisco and Jim Milski of Colorado and the Bay Area — are crazy.
Hank Easom’s 8 metre Yucca and the Bilafer family’s Henderson 30 Family Hour rolling toward Stockton.
Take a Google Earth image, lay a NOAA chart over it, and you get the latest weapon in the arsenal of computer-aided navigation.
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Housed in the original 1898 San Francisco YC on Richardson Bay, Horizons and Ondine restaurants offer fresh fare from seafood, salads, pastas, sandwiches and steaks, as well as one of the most spectacular views on the West Coast.
“Hey, buddy, goin’ my way?” Latitude’s Race Editor Rob Grant is looking to hitch a ride for tomorrow’s Delta Ditch Run.
Pete and Susan Wolcott’s M&M 52 Kiapa, thanks to a fine design and light build, has no trouble hitting into the 20s.
Tim Sell’s Lucky Star anchored in an idyllic cove in Glacier Bay. © 2008 Tim Sell Last spring, longtime Sausalito diver Tim Sell sailed his Brent Swain 36 Lucky Star to Juneau, Alaska, spending the summer exploring the area and the winter trying to stay warm.
Little Wing sailing off St. Barth on New Year’s Day ’04. Has any Bob Perry designed boat sailed as fast as this 52-footer with a complete cruising interior?
When Luc de Faymoreau watched his Olson 40 Pterodactyl sail away without him after he and his crew were washed overboard (and subsequently rescued by another boat) during March 29’s Doublehanded Farallones Race, he was confident that his insurance company would pay for the search and salvage.
A little bit of chaos in the Pt. Blunt washing machine for sailors in the Singlehanded Sailing Society’s Corinthian Race on Saturday.
There’s a lot of stuff at the bottom of Clipper Cove that could cause an anchor rode to part, but this one parted above the water © Teddius Maximus When the Coast Guard notified me that my Santana 22 had been floating aimlessly around the eastern towers of the Bay Bridge (near the construction zone) and I needed to come get it from Yerba Buena Station right away, I rushed right over.
When we first met Richmond sailor Paul Mixon in the Virgin Islands 20 years ago, we never would have guessed that he’d someday be operating one of the biggest sailing events in the Eastern Caribbean.
Terry and Vicki Fahey of the Richmond-based Pearson 424 Tenacity have been cruising Mexico since last fall, and have enjoyed the abundunt wildlife, including the breaching whale above.
Mark Langer’s Sydney 38 Absolute ’02 shortly after the start of Last Friday’s Spinnaker Cup.
The June issue of Latitude 38 is being distributed to all the usual outlets around the Bay today, just in time for the weekend.
The picture tells the story. . . With any luck, life will slow down substantially when you get out cruising.
Gray skies and mellow breezes greeted the starters of Saturday’s Master Mariners race.
Steve Mercadante, Assistant Harbormaster at Two Harbors, raises his paddle in celebration as Leilani returns from her first outing.
The media went nuts on Wednesday when Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy went sailing aboard his 50-ft Concordia schooner Mya just hours after being released from the hospital where he was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor.
In Wednesday’s ‘Lectronic, we reported that Bismarck Dinius’ preliminary hearing on vehicular manslaughter charges had begun.
If the weathermen (and their computers) are correct, sea conditions off Pt. Conception this weekend should be even mellower than this.
Our offices will be closed on Monday, so we’ll see you here Wednesday with a report on the Master Mariners race and much more!
Prosecutors still insist that the person with his hand on the tiller of a drifting sailboat was at fault for being hit by a speeding powerboat in the dead of night.
Vincent Riou’s PRB is the third race leader forced to abandon in the IMOCA 60 division of The Artemis Transat.