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Known as the heaviest wave in the world, when Teahupoo gets revved up to full power, it’s an awesome sight.
 Just a reminder to pop on over to to enter for a chance to win a pair of VIP box tickets to see the Steve Miller Band and the Doobie Brothers on June 21 — of course!
Chris Gage’s Express 27 Ergo leads the charge upriver in shorts and T-shirts, ready for Stockton’s 107-degree temps.
 As reported earlier, the Bay Area sailing community lost one of its most beloved ‘elder statesmen’ last month.
If you’re planning to submit a Classy Classified for the July issue of Latitude 38, be aware that the deadline is this Saturday.
Latitude readers may remember John Lubimir, the likable singlehander from the East Coast who came to California in 2012 to sail in the Singlehanded TransPac.
In the June issue of Latitude 38, this writer reported on the foiling trimaran l’Hydroptère and their upcoming TransPacific record attempt.
Although this summer’s America’s Cup activities have seen plenty of bad news and controversy lately, the build-up to AC 34 has also spawned some decidedly upbeat news stories.
Almost since the Internet was invented, scammers have figured out ways to bilk honest people out of their hard-earned money.
Aegea draws 6.5 feet and is looking for a little summer adventure. Aegea
©2013 Latitude 38 Media, LLC "I’m interested in taking my Sabre 38 MkII Aegea up to Tomales Bay," writes San Francisco’s John Zeratsky.
There are all sorts of fun things to do around the Bay to take advantage of this weekend’s good weather.
Yup, just as fast on port tack. © MOD S.A. / Yvan Zedda From time to time we get funny mail.
April wasn’t the best month for Scott Stolnitz of the Marina del Rey-based Switch 51 Beach House.
Kids, don’t try this at home! Eight boats totaling over 100,000 lbs hung out quietly on one 55-lb Rocna anchor and all-chain rode.
As most readers know, we at Latitude have long believed that the America’s Cup folks made a huge mistake when they decided to race this summer’s 34th America’s Cup with AC72s rather than something like the MOD70 trimarans.
In the March and other recent issues of Latitude there have been reader complaints about microphone cords falling apart on their otherwise highly regarded Icom radios.
We recently had the pleasure of interviewing tech guru and three-time circumnavigator Stan Honey for a June-edition article (out today).
Seven Express 37s made it to Made in Santa Cruz Race Week. © 2013 Rick Linkmyer Made in Santa Cruz Race Week has three days of sailing down and four to go.
BAADS offers sailing opportunites to those who might not otherwise be able to enjoy the sport.
The 71-ft home-built catamaran pictured below has been a conspicuous landmark on the grounds of San Rafael’s Loch Lomond Marina ever since James Lane, his family and friends began assembling it there two years ago.
All parents will agree that embarrassing their kids (in a good natured way, of course) is one of the great joys of parenthood.
In the aftermath of America’s Cup sailor Bart Simpson’s death on May 9, representatives of the three challenging teams and the Cup defender, Oracle Team USA, have met several times behind closed doors to reassess their options going forward.
The annual Hardway Race is one of Southern California’s most unsung annual offshore offerings, and it lived up to its moniker last Saturday.