Pass the word far and wide that there are still boats waiting to be claimed by their owners at Nelson’s.©
Well, shucks. Hollywood has the chance to really represent sailing accurately — relatively speaking, of course — and it appears they dropped the ball .
Only months before his life was tragically taken in front of The Dakota apartments in Manhattan in 1980, John Lennon had been enjoying a remarkable time with his son, Sean, in idyllic Bermuda.
If you’re of a certain age, you’ll remember that multiple Oscar winning actor Dustin Hoffman became famous for his role in the 1967 film The Graduate.
At the annual Turtle Bay baseball game, seven-year-old Beto Eichen off the Sausalito-based Farr 44 Compañera had one of the narrowest strike zones in the fleet, but he got several powerful hits.
With the Summer of Sailing now behind us, it’s time to grab a copy of the November issue of Latitude 38 at your favorite yacht club or chandlery.
We had no idea what we were looking at when we sailed into Clipper Cove on Labor Day weekend.
The 20th annual Baja Ha-Ha has been like all the others that came before in that the conditions just keep getting better and better.
This plate full of tacos were looking good, but their little chili pepper seemed less than thrilled with his costume.
For the last several years, we’ve closely followed the exploits of one particularly spunky British granny, Jeanne Socrates.
Gloria steamed under the Golden Gate Bridge on Friday morning, her yards lined with cadets.
In May of this year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, citing unusually warm ocean temperatures, predicted that there would be 7 to 11 hurricanes in the Atlantic / Caribbean this season, and that three to six could become major hurricanes with winds of over 110 knots.
Thomas Coville is ready and waiting to claim the title of fastest solo circumnavigator.
Paper is so passé — at least according to the federal government. NOAA announced earlier this week that the Federal Aviation Administration, the government agency that prints maritime charts, will cease printing them after April 13, 2014.
Throughout the world, tall ships are divided into four classes, with the largest — longer than 131 feet — given the designation of ‘Class A’.
Boo! It’s your spooky girlfriend here with a special Halloween edition of Weekend Racing Preview.
Last Friday, three of five Somali pirates who seized the French yacht Tanit in 2009 were sentenced in a French court to nine years in prison.
As many cruisers know, the logistics of getting supplies from California south to say, La Paz, by road can be challenging.
Longtime ‘schoonerman’ Alan Olson and his wife Angie Lackey are turning their grand idea into reality.
Oracle’s America’s Cup yachts have proven that high-tech carbon fiber materials are incredibly strong and lightweight.
So if you’re looking to get a berth on a boat, or find a crewmember, now is the time to get cracking.
In 10 days the 164-boat Baja Ha-Ha rally fleet will be scudding south toward Cabo – where fleet members will exchange online immigration receipts for actual visas.
While suburbanites fear homeless folks might steal their property, homeless-on-homeless crime is far more prevalent.
The Coast Guard is asking for your help locating Honolulu sailor Greg Stephanoff, 60, who was last seen leaving the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor the evening of October 3 aboard his Catalina 42 C:Drive.
It looks like someone had maybe just a little too much fun at Buccaneer Days earlier this month and didn’t want the party to end.
Five months after his untimely death on May 9, Andrew ‘Bart’ Simpson’s autopsy report was finally released yesterday.
Close scrutiny of recent satellite imagery has sparked new hope that the long-missing American schooner Niña may yet be found, and that her seven crew may still be alive.
Yikes, what a mess. But, of course, it could have been so much worse.
In addition to doing a lot of Pacific Cup and other races to Hawaii with big boats, either fully crewed or doublehanded, Philippe Kahn of Santa Cruz has always enjoyed sailing small monohulls off his home waters of Santa Cruz and Hawaii.
Today is just two weeks from the start of the 20th Annual Baja Ha-Ha cruisers’ rally from San Diego to Cabo San Lucas, with stops at Turtle Bay and Bahia Santa Maria.