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The biggest one-design class, 31 Moore 24s started and 8 finished, led by Michael Quinn and Larry Nelson on Cal.©
As reported Saturday, the five-person crew of the 65-ft catamaran Flyin’ Hawaiian was airlifted to safety Saturday morning, after the homebuilt vessel began taking on water roughly 120 miles west of Monterey.
All sorts of cruising boats turn out for the annual parade of sail through Zihua Bay and out in front of the swank Ixtapa resorts. 
The February Latitude — ahead of its time.  latitude/Annie
©Latitude 38 Media, LLC If your eyeballs are getting itchy to catch up on the latest sailing news, you’re in luck, as we’ve jumped the gun a wee bit and released the February issue of Latitude 38 today.
Just before we left San Diego for the start of the Baja Ha-Ha in late October of last year, we were treated to an unusual sight — a big multihull coming out of the water at Driscoll’s Boat Yard on Shelter Island without benefit of a Travelift.
One of the most ambitious boat-building projects in recent memory is currently taking place in Sausalito.
Last August, Sailor Cherry, an enthusiastic participant in last year’s Delta Doo Dah, walked through the shower deck hatch (a 7"x13" rectangle) of her Serendipity 43 Hooked and did some extensive damage to her right leg and knee.
Bequia in the Grenadines. We haven’t been there in years. Even with a drone we figure it would take us a couple of weeks to get the photos we needed.
In Friday’s story, Rock On!, about John Larsen’s Westsail 42 Danika striking a pinnacle rock near Punta Mita, we gave a latitude for the rock’s position but not a longitude (we have since added it to the original story).
If you’d like to wake up to brilliant sunrises like this one, consider sailing to the sunny latitudes of Mexico with the Baja Ha-Ha rally.
"Is a sailboat a yacht?" the young man asked. "I don’t know what Webster says, but by my definition, no, not usually.
What can happen when a boat in motion hits a stationary object such as a pinnacle rock.
Despite what you might think, copepods are not the latest, greatest racing dinghies.
Rio100 takes a wave in the Rolex Sydney Hobart. Rio 100
©2015Latitude 38 Media, LLC The early entry deadline for the 48th Los Angeles to Honolulu Transpacific Yacht Race is six weeks away — March 1 — and the late entry deadline is June 1.
Although our principal ‘beat’ is to report on sailing activities on the West Coast and beyond, we also do our best to keep track of news and trends in the wider watersports industry.
Jardin del Pulpo, where the Wanderer goes to meditate. latitude/Richard
©Latitude 38 Media, LLC If you’re searching for extreme tranquility in Mexico, in our opinion you don’t have to look farther than the Jardin del Pulpo — the Octopus’ Garden — in La Cruz on Banderas Bay.
Hugo Boss was the most modern of eight IMOCA 60s making a mad dash around the globe in the Barcelona World Race, and the winner of the last edition.
"We had a passage from hell after leaving Panama for Hawaii," reports Randal Barnhart, 69, of the Alaska-based Yankee Clipper Westwind.
The Bel-Aire Resort at Careyes, fronted by three bays. latitude/Aerial / Richard
©2015Latitude 38 Media, LLC "No photos," said the guard at Careyes, the remote high-end resort between Puerto Vallarta and Barra de Navidad on Mexico’s lightly-populated Gold Coast.