"I’m on a boat!" sang this cadre of rappers, who were soon to abandon their flashy suits for shorts, T-shirts and flipflops. 
The premiere of We Built a Ship (part 1 of 3) will be screened at the Lark Theater in downtown Larkspur this Wednesday evening.
Skipper Jean-Pierre Dick and co-skipper Fabien Delahaye’s IMOCA 60 St. Michel-Virbac trains for the Transat Jacques Vabre.
Artemis Racing celebrated their unlikely regatta win on Sunday in Bermuda. © Ricardo Pinto / ACEA In the final regatta of the 2015 Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series in Bermuda over the weekend, Artemis Racing grabbed the spotlight with an epic comeback story on Sunday.
If you’re traveling to Mexico this season, there are several important issues you should be aware of concerning prescription meds. 
The Auld Mug goes for a joy ride through through the colorful streets of Bermuda in advance of this weekend’s Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series competition.
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As in years past, San Diego is ‘cruiser central’ this month, as new boats trickle into the bay every day in advance of the October 26 start of the 22nd Baja Ha-Ha rally.
Hostages Robert Hall, John Ridsdel and Kjartan Sekkingstad, who were kidnapped from Ocean View Marina in the Philippines on September 21, are seen in a video just released by an unknown terrorist group.
The following is as funny as it is pathetic. Confirming that they are in need of an education, last month members of the Claremont, California, Pitzer College Student Senate voted to deny instating a yacht club at the school.
The McNeill family’s Stone-built gaff schooner Yankee was the top fundraiser in last year’s Leukemia Cup.
Our ‘mystery spot’ in Mexico. Back then the population was about 1,000. It’s now up to about 250,000, with another 150,000 in the general area. 
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For most folks, next summer is a long way off, but not for the hundreds of West Coast sailors who intend to race to Hawaii in the Pacific Cup or Vic-Maui.
Due to the enormous fleet of spectators drawn to San Francisco Bay this weekend for Fleet Week activities, first responders undoubtedly had their hands full inside the Central Bay.
Where oh where can this be in old Mexico?  latitude/Richard
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There’s been longtime speculation within the sailing community that completion of the new "third lane" of the Panama Canal may lead to faster small-vessel transits between the Pacific and the Caribbean.
Even when the breeze goes light, it’s a great feeling to be cruising south in the company of like-minded sailors, having left your worries behind you.
This Moore 24 Eclipse earned a new nickname last weekend after suffering a destructive blow from a whale. 
Although Bay waters are rarely more crowded, there’s always a fun and festive atmosphere in the Central Bay during the afternoon air shows. 
After sailing in the recent J/70 North American Championship in San Diego, top Bay Area sailor and boatbuilder Campbell Rivers was dealt a cruel and unfair blow that will likely change his life forever.
This photo was taken at a small island tucked into a famous and scenic bay in the Pacific Ocean, a favorite of sailors from near and far.
Defending world champion John Kilroy’s Melges 20 Samba Pa Ti on Saturday. © Leslie Richter Samba Pa Ti managed to recover from this capsize for her worst (16th place) finish of the regatta, which Kilroy, sailing with Bill Hardesty and Jeff Reynolds, threw out to repeat as world champion.
Jeff Hartjoy is making final preparations aboard his and wife Debbie’s Baba 40 ketch Sailors Run for a Halloween departure from Ecuador on his approaching nonstop solo circumnavigation.