The Ta-Ta’s first stop, Smuggler’s Cove on Santa Cruz Island, has room for a hundred boats or more.latitude/Richard
Oracle Team USA released this diagram of the America’s Cup course were it to be held in San Diego.
So you’ve been thinking about going solar but aren’t sure where to start.
“Keep your hands off!” When a guard with an AK-15 tells you that, you don’t touch the boat.
"Morning chubascos are a little unusual here, but not unheard of," write Jake and Sharon Howard from aboard the Hunter Legend 45 Jake in the Sea of Cortez.
It’s been said that creating win-win situations between customers and clients should be the goal of any responsible business.
Don’t expect to slip into your bikinis and Speedos in Half Moon Bay.
Following Team Australia’s recent withdrawal from the 35th America’s Cup as the Challenger of Record, it was announced today that four remaining challengers have pledged their support to the event, regardless of which venue is chosen.
Like a lot of sailors, we navigate using an iPad and Navionics charts.
Nothin’ to it. Eighty-six-year-old Karl Burton is now less than 150 miles from his home port, after a very fast lap around the globe.
Want to swim with blue whales? Capt. Sayer can tell you what it’s like.
"I just completed a solo passage across the Atlantic aboard my 1971 Ericson 35 MK II," reports Miles Gerety from Lagos, Portugal.
The globetrotting crew of the Australia-based R-P 52 Scarlet Runner were all smiles after their victorious finish.
Wine baron Bob Oatley of the Hamilton Island YC, Challenger of Record for the 35th America’s Cup, had some bad news for Russell Coutts and Larry Ellison.
At the Singlehanded TransPac Awards Ceremonies Saturday night, the 14 finishers received their coveted TransPac belt buckles, signifying successful completion of their 2,120-mile sprint from San Francisco.
Seen here charging toward the finish off Oahu, Invisible Hand sailed a great race, taking line honors this morning.
Brian Cline’s diminutive Dana 24 Maris and Barry Bristol’s Catalina Capri 30 Fast Lane arrived at the Hanalei Bay, Kauai finish line of the Singlehanded TransPac this Wednesday and Thursday respectively.
When most sailors think about the joys of summer sailing, they imagine sunny days with clear blue skies, and air temperatures in the shorts-and-T-shirt range.
From gray skies to blue, cold weather to warm, Pac Cup racers are now homing in on Oahu.
Should a company be held responsible for the consequences if they deactivate an Iridium emergency phone, especially if they charged the customer for the time to use that phone?
With less than 340 miles to go to the finish line of the Singlehanded TransPac, Stuart Paine’s Capri 25 Jack is farthest back of the three boats that have yet to finish.
We were a bit shocked to learn that Coast Guard resources had to come to the rescue of 25 windsurfers and kiteboarders off San Francisco’s Crissy Field Sunday evening, as we know that many boardsailors and kiters pride themselves on being able to ‘self-rescue’.
Frank Slootman’s R/P 63 Invisible Hand took an early lead in the Latitude 38 Big Boat Division, but she’s now been overtaken on corrected time by Pyewacket.
"Life Is F–king Great!" Such is the sentiment of Peter Heiberg, who yesterday was first of the 14 competitors across the Singlehanded TransPac finish line at Hanalei Bay, Kauai, with his Palmer/Johnson 49 Scaramouche.
There are currently 87 boats signed up for the 21st Annual Baja Ha-Ha cruisers rally, which departs San Diego on October 27.
The forecast for the Pacific Cup looks light. Very light. © Unfavorable weather conditions are severely plaguing the 56-boat Pacific Cup fleet, as is obvious from the accompanying Passage Weather forecast.
Saturday morning, while more than a hundred paddlers raced inside the Tahiti lagoon, Puddle Jumpers rally/raced to Moorea in perfect conditions.
The Singlehanded TransPac is again moving into high(er) gear, as much-welcomed wind pressure has developed, giving the 14 skippers an emotional boost.
The Pacific Cup weather looks as if it will be . . .
If you’re looking for a catchy news item, the four elements listed above make a pretty good start, which is why the arrest of 26-year old Alix Tichelman of Folsom, characterized as a "high-priced call girl," is making news in print and digits all over the world.
Have hard-bargaining Russell Coutts and Larry Ellison painted themselves into a corner? You have to wonder, as yesterday it was announced that Chicago has been dropped as a possible site for the 35th America’s Cup.