If you were lucky enough to be out sailing on the Bay last week you may have heard a sécurité message issued by the local Coast Guard advising boaters that a humpback whale had been sighted in the Central Bay.
No, you won’t win a ride on Artemis’s AC72, but you will get to breakfast with the team and ride along on .
After a squally night, Gustavia Harbor greets another sunny day. latitude/Richard
© Latitude 38 Media, LLC As we reported recently, we think the St.
Seaward took just 11 days to sail from Mexico to the Bay. Seaward
©2013 Latitude 38 Media, LLC Who says returning from Baja has to be a bash?
It was exactly 30 years ago yesterday that ‘Her Magesty’ Laurel DeForest of the Olympia, WA-based Balfour 28 Robbie’s Wake popped the cork on a bottle of Champagne in front of a crowd of barefoot sailors, and thus declared that the first-ever Sea of Cortez Race Week had officially begun.  The crowd gathers at Caleta Partida for a heads-up on the day’s events.
Kurt Roll of San Diego recently flew to Auckland to join Dietmar Petutschnig and Suzanne DeBose of the Las Vegas-based Lagoon 440 Carinthia for another season of cruising.
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1987 Bruce Roberts 55’ Center Cockpit Cutter © 2013 Passage Yachts Fall in love with this blue water cruising beauty!
“Hmm, the TP looks like it’s getting low; better take a Latitude with me, just in case!” © 2013 Shannyn Bunker Sailor-in-training Leila Bunker may only be two, but she’s smart enough to know that Latitude 38 is the perfect magazine to take to the john.
It is with heavy hearts that many Bay Area sailors are learning of the drowning death of local sailor and boatbuilder Rick Wood.
One of the great things about anchoring off St. Barth is the great boats you get to see.
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KKMI is looking for marine professionals to join our Teams in Pt. Richmond and Sausalito!
As we reported in a special ‘Lectronic report on Saturday, there was a starting line collision — with a severe injury — in the second race of the Banderas Bay Regatta Friday.
Jim Jessie welcomed us aboard Nalu last weekend at Clipper Cove. latitude/LaDonna
© Latitude 38 Media, LLC In another installment of ‘You Never Know Who You’ll Bump into at Clipper Cove’, we ran into circumnavigator and Oakland YC Historian Jim Jessie on his classic wooden Grand Banks Alaskan 53 Nalu last weekend.
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There’s still time to make plans and prepare your crew and boat for BAMA’s 34th Doublehanded Farallones Race on Saturday, March 30, to the new requirements defined in the Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions.
In January, Mark Bettis bought sailing legend Don Trask’s old J/29, hull #233 Smokin’ J, and moved her to Coyote Point Marina in San Mateo.
One of the complaints about the current America’s Cup boats is that very little of the technological advances will trickle down to regular boats.
Duct tape comes to the rescue of mariners all the time. In this case, the mariners came to the rescue of Duct Tape.